Proving Causal Arguments?

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For those wondering more about the nature of this kind of argument, I want to have a little in-depth lesson about how it fits in with the kind of arguments we’ve looked at so far. Causal arguments—arguments that present evidence about the connectedness of two things to conclude that one is causing the other—are abductive

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