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A logical argument groups together 2 or more premises.
A premise by itself does not imply the conclusion.
Being able to list a premise by itself makes it easier to point to the core flaw of an argument.
One way to disprove an argument is by pointing to an individual, listed premise
One way to disprove an argument is by showing that the logical math used with a collection of premises is wrong
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