Notice that the argument is inductively forceful, its premises make it probable that I should act in the way prescribed. It is certainly not implausible to say that this argument is sound. Suppose then that you were moved to donate to the WWFC by a message simply stating that many children throughout the world suffer from extreme hunger, along with instructions how to donate to the WWFC. The message certainly does not present the above argument, nor any other. But it might have moved you to act by causing you to think of the argument yourself.
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