In the realm of reasoning and logic; also called common sense, an argument is a mode of reasoning wherein a series of statements mean to establish a definite proposition and logic the means to evaluate the quality of ratiocination applied therein as to determine whether the conclusion reached is valid/sound.
When we put sound premises into a valid argument, its conclusion is true - always.
What matters is whether the reasoning is sound; justifying the premises, and whether the argument form is valid; proper inference. When an argument is deductive, valid and sound, its conclusion is true - no matter how disturbing, how counter-intuitive, how emotionally unsatisfying the conclusion (is deemed).
A conclusive argument then, equals established fact; it's incontrovertible. Handy, no?
People : intrinsically intelligent.
When people turn together, they could become a herd.
When people turn a herd, they could become sheeple.
When people turn sheeple, they could become dumb animals.
When people turn dumb animals, they become treated as such.
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