A valid structure is the way in which an argument is put together that assures it will pass the test of logical strength.
In inductive arguments, the speaker presents evidence that she claims support the probable truth of her conclusion – that her conclusion is the most likely true – and so you should accept it.
In deductive arguments, the speaker asserts that her premises are true and, therefore, her conclusion must be accepted. Remember that in a deductive argument, logical strength does not depend on the literal truth of the premises. When we test for logical strength, we assume the premises are true. Once we determine that the argument is logically valid, we can then look at the actual – not presumed – truth of the premises.
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Facione, P. A., & Gittens, C. A. (2016). Think critically (3rd ed.). Pearson.
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