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Definitions Fallacies Logic Propositions
Skills Lesson: The Elements of Argument – Flashcards 13 terms
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Denying The Antecedent Fallacies Logic Necessary And Sufficient
GRE Argument Fallacies – Flashcards 35 terms
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Comm 114 Test Out – Flashcards 63 terms
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Brutus And Cassius English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) Fallacies Home Rhetorical Questions
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AP English Language And Composition AP English Literature And Composition English/Language Arts 3 (11Th Grade) Fallacies
Test Questions on Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 9 – Flashcards 65 terms
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Colors English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) English/Language Arts 3 (11Th Grade) Fallacies Theater
Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 8 Answers – Flashcards 65 terms
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“Our state legislature passed an open-carry law making access to guns more accessible and visible in public. As a consequence, violent crime in our state has dropped significantly.” This is an example of which of the following fallacies
Correlation as causation
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Four fallacies of Sign Language according to Clerc
• Pictorial • Universal • Concrete • Primitive
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Most common types of fallacies in public speeches
Hasty generalizations, false cause, invalid analogy, ad hominem
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“A staggering total of 22,304 readers of Sports Today magazine filled out a survey and sent it to the magazine that included the question, “Should Pete Rose be voted into the baseball Hall of Fame?’ A resounding 69% said No! Based on these results, Rose should never be inducted into the Hall of Fame.” This example includes which of the following fallacies? 1) Ad populum 2) Ad hominem 3) Self-selected sample 4) Both a & c
five types of fallacies/mistakes in economic reasoning/research
1. bias 2. loaded terminology 3. fallacies of composition 4. post hoc ergo proper hoc 5. correlation vs causation
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false-cause fallacies
the assumption that because two events occur together, one event has caused the other
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9. Education, gender, and income levels are all characteristics of an audience. This is also referred to as? A) Listening skills B) Behaviors C) Demographics D) Fallacies
Explain fallacies of omission and give examples of this fallacy.
Fallacies of omission are errors due to leaving out necessary information or misdirecting from necessary information. One type of fallacy of omission is argument from the negative, which is asserting that one position is correct because the opposition is false. An example of this type of fallacy is as follows: ”Pei-mei and Esmeralda are definitely not going out. Therefore, I am right that Pei-mei is dating Soshanna.” A second type of fallacy of omission is appeal to a lack of evidence, which is asserting that one position is correct because there is a lack of evidence to prove that it is incorrect. An example of this type of fallacy is as follows: ”You cannot prove that ghosts don’t exist, so they obviously exist.”
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Chapter 14 “Spot Fallacies”
types of logical fallacies, how to spot them, and how to counter them. 1. Does the proof hold up? (examples good or bad, examples don’t match, or none) 2. Am I given the right number of choices? 3. Does the proof lead to the conclusion? (identical, distraction, proof fail to lead to the conclusion) 4. Who cares 7 Deadly Sins
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