By Patrick J. Hurley
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Hence, since to love any thing is nothing else than to will good to that thing, it is manifest that God loves everything that exists. (Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica) 15. Women of the working class, especially wage workers, should not have more than two children at most. The average working man can support no more and the average working woman can take care of no more in decent fashion. (Margaret Sanger, Family Limitations) ★16. Radioactive fallout isn’t the only concern in the aftermath of nuclear explo- sions.
The purpose of the passage is to explain why they have a dimpled surface—not to prove that they do. Similarly, in the third example, it is obvious that naval oranges are called naval oranges. The purpose of the passage is to shed light on why they have this name. Thus, to distinguish explanations from arguments, identify the statement that is either the explanandum or the conclusion (usually this is the statement that precedes the word “because”). If this statement describes an accepted matter of fact, and if the remaining statements purport to shed light on this statement, then the passage is an explanation.
1. University administrators know well the beneﬁts that follow notable success in college sports: increased applications for admissions, increased income from licensed logo merchandise, more lucrative television deals, post-season game revenue and more successful alumni fund drives. The idea that there is something ideal and pure about the amateur athlete is self-serving bunk. (Michael McDonnell, letter to the editor) 2. In a nation of immigrants, people of diverse ethnic backgrounds must have a common bond through which to exchange ideas.
A Concise Introduction to Logic (11th Edition) by Patrick J. Hurley