Manager’s statement

At first glance, the manager’s statement telling that we should concentrate on the state of Urba rather than on the state of Sylva to have more customer of our national newspaper is convincing. However, a careful examination of his claim uncovers that the argument relies on a series of unsubstantiated assumptions, which render it unconvincing…

upon initial glance the argument presented in the memorandum

The author of the memorandum believes that the root cause of reduced readership is the increased number of advertisements in the magazine. He further asserts that in order to increase readership, the number of advertisements need to be reduced. This increase in readership, he believes will help boost the revenue of the company. Whereas, upon…

Upon initial glance the president’s claim seems plausible

Upon initial glance the president’s claim that the company need not replace HR2 with more expensive alternatives seems plausible. However, his argument overlooks several issues which need to be taken into account to make his argument more persuasive. Firstly, the president dismisses the survey without giving us any plausible reason to do so. It could…