2.In this situation I think that the author who wrote this to the editor is using a Ad Hominem as well as perfectionist fallacy . First with the Ad Hominem, the author begins an attack on Andrea only to make a point that sides to belittle Andrea’s comments. She too stands on the side of the anti abortionist. Instead of backing Andrea’s comment she chooses to belittle them and make a similar agreement with Andrea by saying that the fertility method is murder too. This can also be seen as perfectionist fallacy, being the author makes a siding point with Andrea which was no matter the outcome it will be murder.
3.In this situation I feel that the writer is using an Ad Hominem, This is because the writer has this as an opinion. She would be less in her peer group if she were dumped than if her husband would to just have died. It seems the writer is saying no I will not stand to be dumped and be ridiculed, I would rather the husband leave the marriage in a more respectable way to her, which in this case is death do us part.
5.In this situation I feel that this is the straw man effect. This is so by reading and understanding the complainers concern. Well until he has to carry in his grandmother. It then says he might not have to carry his grandmother in and when you think about it he might not have to carry anything in. He is clearly exaggerating the point he is trying to make.
6.In his situation I believe the writer is begging the question. I feel that the author instead of giving a reason for cause or concern, is making his point on his belief in Christianity. He doesn’t say the that this will make the White House fall or crumble, but that others don’t have the right to place non Christian figurines near the White House.
8.In this situation I feel as though the writer is begging the question. It seems he is saying at first we need these additional resources to make what they have better. But when you read further into it... [continues]
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