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  • Fallacious Argument

    the fallacies discussed in Chapter Four of An Introduction to Logic, construct three different arguments that display distinct...

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  • Chapter 4 Mistakes in Reasoning: the World of Fallacies

    4 Radius Images/Photolibrary Mistakes in Reasoning: The World of Fallacies Have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle,...

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  • Soc111

    Thus, critical thinking belongs to the category of higher-level thinking skills. Critical thinking is analytical and logical; it evaluates ideas and...

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  • PhI 103Dq 4

    Fallacies in Media One rich source of fallacies is the media: television, radio, magazines, and...

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  • Critical Thinking Chapter Summary

    that smoking causes cancer * Neera: i just read that smoking doesn’t cause cancer * With conflicting claims you are not justified in...

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  • ANTH 1120 Midterm Exam Review

    Ethnocentric Fallacy: The mistaken notion that the beliefs and behaviours of other cultures can be judged from the perspective of one’s own...

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  • Fallacy Summary and Application

    Fallacy Summary and Application "Critical thinking is disciplined thinking governed by clear intellectual standards. Among the most...

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  • Fallacy Journal

    II. The Fallacies i. Appeal to Authority ii. Appeal to Emotion iii. Slippery Slope iv. Begging the Question v. Common Belief vi. Appeal...

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  • Analyzing Arguments: How to Think About Weird Things

    arguments are common and are either intentionally or unintentionally given by the mass media (e.g., many newspapers, magazines, TV programs,...

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  • Critical Thinking

    Objectives:  Students will identify evidence and reasoning supporting and opposing different claims  Students will identify...

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  • Critical Thinking

    Slanting the Truth 107 The Emotive Power of Words 108 Euphemisms and Political Correctness 114 100 CHAPTER 5 Logical Fallacies—I 119...

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  • logic

    Assignment Introduction to Logic: PHI142 August 26, 2014 Weightage: 10 % All Questions carry equal( ve) Marks. 1. What is Logic ? Is it bene cial for...

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  • The study of logic

    The study of Logic Sound reasoning is the basis of winning at argument. Logical fallacies undermine arguments. They are a source of enduring...

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  • Marie PSY770 CriticalThinkingCapstone 05 11 2014

    information age where people are bombarded with countless petabytes of information delivered through media. Sometimes the information is...

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  • Logic

    the paper over to the white side. Fold the paper in half, crease well and open, and then fold again in the other direction. 3. Using the creases...

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  • The Booking

    Mullender, for their many helpful discussions on crime and punishment that have led to several amendments in this book. I should also thank our 1...

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  • Lecture 4 6

    conclusion if the premises are true. For this reason, its is said truth-preserving It has a specific pattern- you can symbols instead of...

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  • APOL 104 Week 2

    on: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 7:58:40 AM EDT Congratulations to all of you for the completion of the first week of class.  So far,...

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  • Intro to Logic

    Categorical Syllogisms Rule 1: Fallacy: The middle term must be distributed at least once. Undistributed middle Rule 2:...

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  • Organisation Behaviour

    perception, not products. More specifically, marketing is about positioning your product or service in a positive light in the minds of the customers...

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