Determine whether the Employee Loyalty Argument is deductively sound. ‘Deductively sound argument’ is defined as an argument that is deductively valid and has only true premises. The Employee Loyalty Argument is deductively valid. ‘Deductively valid argument’ is defined as an argument such that the truth of its premises would guarantee the truth of its conclusion. Explain at the beginning of your essay that the Employee Loyalty Argument is deductively valid, but for it to prove its conclusion is true, it must also be deductively sound. Explain and justify your key claims by arguing for their truth. Explicate the meanings of technical terms and key terms and phrases by defining them and giving examples of how they are used. Define ‘deductively valid’ and ‘deductively sound’, using the definitions provided in the previous paragraph. Define ‘loyalty’. Use the sense of ‘loyalty’ intended by Duska, the author of the argument. On page 295 Duska shows that he is using ‘loyalty’ to mean, at least, ‘wholehearted devotion’. Correctly employ ‘deductively valid’ and ‘deductively sound’ in your essay.