Subsidiary Conclusions

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  “Subsidiary” (or “intermediate”) conclusions are probably the toughest thing to handle when you are identifying the main conclusion of an argument. These are themselves true conclusions that receive support of their own, yet they are not the main conclusion. Rather, they are themselves a premise for the main conclusion, giving support to that main conclusion. Looking

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