"Since A, B." is different from "If A, then B."
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It's hard to spell out those subtle concept shifts unless you explicitly look for them.
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A handy guide to one of the trickiest parts of logical reasoning.
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What's our job? Proving the conclusion wrong? Not necessarily.
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Focus on the literal meaning.
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Here's what I do.
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Make that time by dominating the easy ones.
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Distinguishing causal from non-causal claims is an often overlooked skill.
There's a limit to mindless application of LSAT rules.
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Read further for the most important LR habit and some interesting RC links.
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