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Create an argument diagram that clearly and completely denotes the inferential relations among the various parts of the argument in the passage.

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Second point

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Third point

Provide a critical analysis of the passage by doing the following:

Discuss the implicit statements used in the reasoning of the chosen passage.

One of the implicit statements used in the reasoning of the passage is that life is a creation and not a commodity. The passage argues that cloning will tend to promote a semblance of the existence of human beings for merely their body parts leading to people not appreciating life as a sacred gift. Another implicit statement on the passage about human cloning is that it goes against the ethics of the medicine profession, which categorically states that no human life ought to undergo exploitation for the benefit of another.

Discuss any tacit statements used in the reasoning of the chosen passage.

One tacit statement that I found in the passage was that the benefits of research cloningare highly speculative. The statement clearly brings out the fact that there are no known benefits of human cloning and the known ones are highly doubtful.

Discuss the acceptability of the assumptions in the chosen passage.

The assumptions in the chosen passage are highly acceptable because of the opulence of knowledge and information they carry in them. The assumptions are hitting the nail on the head going straight to the point with where the discussion is leading. Moreover, the assumptions are more acceptable because they tackle the most important and very reason for the existing of human beings, life. The importance of life is at the epicenter of the discussion making it more acceptable and giving the passage its ability to catch the attention of predominantly anyone.

Discuss the quality of the reasoning used to arrive at the conclusion from the assumptions in the chosen passage.

The quality of reasoning used to arrive to the conclusion of the passage is nothing short of impressive, relevant and truth. The conclusion talks about how legalizing human cloning would lead to increase the market for egg harvest and donor consequently leading to the exploitation of the bodies of women.

Explain any named fallacies that the chosen passage commits.

I found the passage entirely factual because it had the necessary information backing any of its argument. Asides from being factual the passage was also relevant and relatable.

Discuss any validity of the deductive arguments used in the chosen passage.

The conclusion of the passage is one such fine example of deductive reasoning because it has its basis from the arguments that comprise of the paper. The reason is highly valid that allowing human cloning would not necessarily require men and women to copulate, a factor that would increase the market for the eggs leading to the exploitation of the exploitation of female bodies.

Discuss any strength of the inductive arguments used in the chosen passage.

The strengths of the inductive arguments used in the passage are they first inform the user before giving the reason for a certain statement. The strength of the inductive arguments are such that they make the reader aware first then gives the supporting statements, therefore, one is able to rule out an arguments with having to read further.

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