Which of the two arguments do you think is the stronger one? Why?…

Question Answered step-by-step Which of the two arguments do you think is the stronger one? Why?… Which of the two arguments do you think is the stronger one? Why? Is there a way to make the weaker of the two arguments better?Do you agree with the original post’s position about the strength of inductive and deductive arguments? Why or why not?    DeductiveLions can not purr.Deborah is a lion.Therefore, Deborah can not purr.InductiveMy mother has brown hairAll of my mothers children have brown hairTherefore, all children with brown hair have a mother with brown hair. Of these two arguments, I would say that the first argument is stronger. I believe that this is the case because it is very easy to disprove the inductive argument with some basic research of genetics. Typically, deductive arguments are stronger because deductive arguments start with a premise that is already believed to be true where as inductive arguments must spend more time convincing the reader that the premise is true.I think that, to decide which argument is more useful very much depends of the specific circumstance in which the argument is being made because not all situations call for the same type of argument. For example inductive arguments may be more useful when trying to get people to think more abstractly, and deductive arguments may be more useful when trying to make a case to the scientific community. Health Science Science Nursing PHI 2103 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)