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    The Fallacies Of Abortion

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    When deciphering the fallacies of each statement, one must decide which are true or false. I chose numbers 1,2,12,`4,`6,18,23,26,27 and 28. When each statement is read. You have to think about which ones are subjected to fallacies, based on illogicalness, inattentions, concupiscent attachment or one’s beliefs. The ones that I chose were all fallacies except for one. It was number 1 in the textbook. In number one, effective proclamation about “abortion is murder”, is indeed an emotional expressive personal belief. This statement is effecting the profound comment. To detect the explanation as an emotional connection. When examining number two, “euthanasia is not a good thing”, is a fallacy. Once again it is a personal belief and opinion that…

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    After reading about the fallacies of unwarranted assumptions a lot of things began to make since to me. Especially towards arguments i’d see people have with one another. Unwarranted assumption occurs when an argument includes an assumption that is not supported by evidence. Fallacies involving unwarranted assumptions include begging the question, inappropriate appeal to authority, loaded question, false dilemma, questionable cause, slippery slope, and the naturalistic fallacy. In begging the…

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    Argumentative fallacy 's can be seen in everyday life from talking with one 's mom to speaking with their boss, the trouble is identifying these fallacy 's and being aware that they do exist and can affect oneself and the person they are speaking to. Being able to know the difference between an ad hominem and straw man could be the difference between winning one 's argument. To begin with, two quite opposite articles have been provided that contain a central claim about the Iraq war. One of…

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    Department is primarily focused with promoting and protecting the city’s health; in the context of this essay, protecting the constituents of New York City from the perceived dangers of sugary drinks. However, the methods used by the DOHMH to promote its stance on public health through advertisements are ethically questionable at best. Their advertisements use various fallacies to manipulate the public into reducing their consumption of sugary drinks; a fallacy of single cause disguised as fact…

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    Informal fallacies appeal to the ignorance of an inadequately supported argument and can be observed in everyday scenarios. Although many are incognizant of their effect on communication, being aware of the format of an argument can aid an individual in reaching their desired conclusion to any situation they are encountered with. When an argument is presented with limited alternatives, the omission of other choices provides the argument with a false dilemma causing the arguer in the discussion…

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    The media is intended to be covering the incident that occurred, the shooters possible motives, and how many were injured, but in the article “Family a priority for those killed in Planned Parenthood shooting,” the author, Elliot C. McLaughlin, chooses to briefly describe the incident that occurs before writing the backstory of the victims killed. McLaughlin chooses to write in-depth report praising two of the three victims instead of covering the key facts of what occurred (McLaughlin).…

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    Logical Fallacy

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    statistics or logical reasoning to support his/her statements. This ensures that the person is providing the correct logical information. Otherwise, delivering an argument that contains an error in reasoning, which leads to a false conclusion, is known as a "logical fallacy" (Floridi 318). Such errors are not only unprofessional but also misleading and unethical. For example, Donald Trump used the Ad Hominem fallacy when he made negative remarks on Megyn Kelly, named Hillary Clinton as "Crooked…

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    Fallacies In Hoops Dreams

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    One occasion an illogical fallacies is used is when Arthur’s parents are told the half-truth of the scholarship to St. Joseph’s. His parents were told that Arthur that they wouldn’t have to pay for Arthur’s tuition to St. Josephs. However, what they didn’t know was Arthur would be receiving a partial scholarship to the school and if he had produced results for the basketball team then he would receive a sponsor for the rest of his tuition. For Arthur’s case, he was wasn’t providing good enough…

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    Logical fallacies are part of everyday life, whether we notice them or not. Fallacies are the mistakes in our reasoning. One common fallacy is false analogy. In a false analogy, two objects, events or people that aren’t typically related, are shown to be similar. An example of this would be comparing object A to object B. If object A has property C, and object B has property C, objects A and B must be the same thing. An analogy fails when the two objects are different in a way which affects…

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    Genetic Fallacy Quiz

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    are the most common types of doubts people may have about a source?

 A. Status and academic degree

B. Occupation and employer

C. Prominence in the field of study and experience

D. Expertise and accuracy



 8) Which of the following is the most reliable source of information?

 A. Wikipedia®

B. A blog

C. A book recommended by your instructor

D. Britannica Online®



 9) Consider the following exchange: “How do I know God exists? How do you know he doesn’t?” Which fallacy…

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