Deconstructive Arguments: An explanation

Deconstructive Arguments: An explanation

Deconstructive arguments work by demonstrating that a position’s premises yield contradictory
conclusions when entailments are carefully considered. Such arguments are useful with respect
to doctrinal issues because they sidestep ‘inadequacy of cognitive processes’ or ‘irrelevance of
evidence’ objections. Provide a ‘doctrinaire example’
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