We make decisions every day that impact our lives. Some individuals, just do not realize how much. Whether we realize it or not, everything we do and say, is a result of a decision we have made. There is no easy way to change the fact that we make decision, however we can change how we approach the decision, resulting in better outcomes from making better choices. If an individual knew what the results of doing something will end up being, then, they can decide if that is the best course of action or decision that they want to make. If an individual knows all of their options and the outcomes of those choice they can deduce from the best choice.
When making a decision, such as buying a car, you need to know all of your options and what responsibility’s they will include, how high is the interest rate? What will your payments and insurance be? Do you want to finance the car or lease it? These are all just some of things that need to be thought about when you are looking to buy. By knowing everything before you decide to purchase something you will not be caught off guard when you find out how high or how much the payments are. Also if you could really afford the car and if you had been better off not purchasing it. It is so important to know and understand what is known prior to making a decision because it could and most of the time will affect others and yourself.
The process of deductive reasoning helps in the understanding of an argument because it starts with a general statement and then attains at a specific conclusion. According to Moore, B.M. & Parker, R. (2012) “Its main purpose is not to make you either more persuasive or a better contestant against others, but to improve your ability to come to conclusions that are correct and make decisions that are wise”. Deductive reasoning is like, thinking of as your guideline, for using the premise to the end of your conclusion. For example all red haired women are vegetarians. Julia Roberts is a rad haired women. Therefore Julia Roberts is a vegetarian.
Deductive reasoning helps aid in understanding an argument by “an argument is the attempt to support a claim by providing reasons for accepting it” (Moore, B.M. & Parker, R. 2012). By avoiding certain kinds of problems by defining the key terms in a claim can help with the aiding in a deductive argument. Having all the facts and information can help make better life choices.
In conclusion thinking critical and having deductive reasoning can making your life a little less stressful and you a happier person. Not to mention others, if you are a boss and you think about the cause and effect actions that you have on them, it can save you stress from losing a valuable employee and money. There is that saying think before you act.