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Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Conclusion

Which of the following words is closest in meaning to conclusion?

You’re in the right neighborhood - both a conclusion and a premise are components of an argument. A premise is the basis for the conclusion.

Well done!

Both words begin with con-, but that’s the only similarity between them. A conference is a gathering of people with a common interest (professional or other).

Both words end with –sion, but that only shows us that they’re both nouns. Inclusion comes from the more familiar word include.

Premise
Inference
Conference
Inclusion