Inference objections are mapped as objections to co-premises:
Inference rebuttals are likewise mapped as objections to co-premises.
A premise objection is an objection to a stated premise of another simple argument.
An inference objection is an objection to another simple argument, providing evidence not against any stated premise but against the relationship between the stated premises and their contention.
A premise rebuttal is an objection to an objection which provides evidence that one of the stated premises of that objection is false.
An inference rebuttal is an objection to another objection which provides evidence against the inference from the stated premises of that other objection to the falsity of its contention.
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