A Venn Diagram is a way of visually representing the elements of an argument. Why do we diagram arguments?

A Venn Diagram is a way of visually representing the elements of an argument. Why do we diagram arguments? For many, seeing helps connect ideas and concepts that can be complex and difficult to grasp. By understanding the elements and components visually we are better able to critically build and understand an argument. For this week’s discussion, you will find one (1) Venn Diagram and perform the given exercise:

Create or find online a Venn Diagram outlining an argument. Please read this article to understand what is meant by an argument: https://www.thoughtco.com/syllogism-logic-and-rhetoric-1692167
Discuss what the Venn Diagram is trying to communicate. Focus on an analysis of the chosen Venn Diagram instead of just describing it.
Explain why the Venn Diagram is effective or not effective.
Include the Venn Diagram or a link to it in your post so others can see it.
Note: Venn Diagrams by their nature are very helpful for comparing and contrasting the qualities of things, but for this assignment, your task is to find a Venn Diagram outlining an argument so you can see how a Venn Diagram can be used to check the validity of an argument.

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