EVIDENCE - STRUCTURE
EVIDENCE - STRUCTURE
STUDENT NOTES


EVIDENCE - STRUCTURE

We have had a look at the type of evidence (fact, opinion) used in an argument and also at the value of the evidence (key, strong, weak).

The next thing is to look at how the evidence is put together - in other words the structure of the evidence. Each piece of evidence is either dependent or independent.

DEPENDENT: Most evidence used in an argument is dependent. That is to say it depends on another piece of evidence.

Sometimes this other piece of evidence is given. At other times it is assumed or accepted without actually being stated.

Some dependent evidence depends on something else being true or accepted.<

 


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