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The druid stones discovered in Ireland are very, very old. But this particular druid stone was discovered in Scotland; hence, it must be of more recent vintage.

The argument is flawed because it


(A) allows a key term to shift in meaning from one use to the next

(B) takes the fact that most members of a group have a certain property to constitute evidence that all members of the group have that property

(C) takes for granted the very claim that it sets out to establish

(D) presumes without justification that what was true of the members of a group in the past will continue to be true of them in the future

(E) takes the fact that all members of a group have a certain property to constitute evidence that the members of the group are the only things with that property

Originally posted by joshnsit on 27 Oct 2013, 05:13.
Last edited by Bunuel on 27 Feb 2019, 06:51, edited 3 times in total.
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IMO E ... Since druid stones found in Ireland are old ... it assumes only droid stoned found in Ireland are old ... the rest are recent ... please post OA ...
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