In this video I briefly explain what a standard form argument is, and how it can be useful in many ways, especially when discussing or debating beliefs and opinions with other people. It is all too common, especially here on youtube, to see two (or more) parties having an apparent disagreement about a certain topic or point, when one or more of the individuals involved does not really understand what the other is trying to say. The use of standard form arguments can help to reduce these misunderstandings. This video focuses on three key terms or concepts: ‘Argument’, ‘premise’, and ‘conclusion’.
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