Flawed Reasoning – Common Flaw Patterns Part I

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Now it is time to work on some actual LSAT flaw problems: Let’s keep our maxim at the top of the page: To identify a flaw in an argument, describe why the specific premises given, even if true, do not support the conclusion If you can use this maxim describe the flaw in your own words, chances

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