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Arguments are seldom stated in standard form.  A fair and impartial restatement of ordinary language reasoning is essential for argument analysis and evaluation.

 


Many of these translation techniques are mastered by careful study;  others are quite challenging and require great skill and insight.

 


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ORDINARY LANGUAGE ARGUMENTS

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