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Reflect: Choose an argument and think through the reasoning and determine what premise is (or premises are) missing that would be needed to make the argument valid. You might also consider challenging yourself by choosing from the more difficult examples in the list (at the bottom).

1. Abortion kills a human being, therefore abortion is wrong.

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P1. It is always wrong to kill a human being unless it is necessary to save somebody’s life.
P2. Abortion kills a human being.
P3. The mother of the human killed, or potentially killed, by abortion = ‘the mother’.
P4. The mother is the only relevant ‘somebody’.
P5. If the mother’s life is in danger...

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