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Philosophy 103: Introduction to Logic
Quiz: Premiss and Conclusion Indicators

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Directions: Assume that each word or phrase given below appears before a statement. Is the statement that follows it most probably a reason, a conclusion, or neither? Put a check mark in the appropriate column. 

 

Reason

Conclusion

Neither

1. nevertheless

__________

__________

2. in as much as

__________

__________

3. accordingly

__________

__________

4. since

__________

__________

5. because

__________

__________

6. for the reason

__________

__________

7. in light of

__________

__________

8. as a result

__________

__________

9. for

__________

__________

10. however

__________

__________

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