Amanda: Sure there are risks associated with computer error, but can we be sure that they exceed the risk associated with human error? Until we know for sure, it just may turn out that autonomous cars could be more convenient, and significantly safer than human driven cars.
Amanda responds to Melvin by
(A) attacking Melvin personally, rather than Melvin’s argument
(B)pointing out that Melvin’s argument overlooks an important issue needed to make a valid comparison
(C) agreeing with Melvin’s overall conclusion, and providing additional evidence to support her agreement
(D) refuting Melvin’s argument by pointing out a consideration that runs directly counter to Melvin’s claim
(E) disagreeing with Melvin’s argument in part, but ultimately agreeing with his claim
Common Question Forms
Here are some of the most common ways Method of Argument questions are asked:
1. The reporter challenges the spokesperson's argument by doing which of the following?