Fallacies and Myths

     Fallacies and Myths Fallacies Thinking from a logical fallacy perspective is one of the most common stumbling blocks to critical thinking. One common logical fallacy is confusing causation and correlation. Our brain has a tendency to try to link events. This is part of its pattern forming software. So whenever one event (B) follows […]

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Logical Fallacies in the Media

  Spotting Logical Fallacies in the Media (EXTRA CREDIT): If you haven’t already learned about logical fallacies, I guarantee you – you are being played by the media. I highly recommend you consider doing this assignment for extra credit. It has the power to considerably change your life. First: Learn about logical fallacies with this […]

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w6Reflection Journal Identifying Fallacies

  Identifying Fallacies This week’s lecture focused on applying some of the intellectual standards discussed in previous weeks and applying them to the news media. This week’s lecture also focused on the different fallacies that individuals make when trying to persuade you. Think of some of the disagreements or arguments you have had in the […]

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A Logician’s View: Deducion, Induction, Fallacies

PLEASE IF YOU DONT HAVE THE ACCESS TO THE BOOK, DO NOT BID ON IT. MANDATORY Reading Required Materials:  Current Issues and Enduring Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument, with Readings 10th Edition  ISBN-13: 978-1457622601  ISBN-10: 1457622602  Ch. 9: “A Logician’s View: Deducion, Induction, Fallacies Answer the following in 250-300 words. Below are some fallacies in […]

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Logical Fallacies Topic

Write your three paragraph summary, evaluation, and response to the materials by 5pm Friday: Download and read this PowerPoint: Logical FallaciesPreview the document Read this handout from the University of North Carolina Writing Center about Logical Fallacies (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Fallacies Watch these videos: Monty Python – Witch Hunt […]

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Fallacies and Errors

    ·         Use the Internet to locate at least two (2) advertisements that exhibit any of the 12 fallacies discussed in Chapter 4. Post the images and/or videos. Identify the fallacy demonstrated in the selected advertisements. Examine whether or not their use of this type of fallacy is effective.   ·         Develop a marketing […]

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After you’ve reviewed the “Thou Shalt Not Commit Logical Fallacies” tutorial posted in the weekly folder, select at least two…

After you’ve reviewed the “Thou Shalt Not Commit Logical Fallacies” tutorial posted in the weekly folder, select at least two of the fallacies presented that you have personally encountered in an argument made in the television media, in a print publication, in a speech, or perhaps even in a face-to-face discussion with a peer. Using […]

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Identify Logical Fallacies in a Text

Please click the link below and read the very shot article. Then In a 1-page essay, provide an analysis that identifies fallacious reasoning in the story and explain why.   Please no plagiarism! Due 08/19/017 by 11pm     Resource: Twain, M. (1983). THE LATE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Saturday Evening Post, 255(2), 18-93. Retrieved from Academic Search […]

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Below are some fallacies in action. Identify the logical fallacies, some may only have one, for each scenario. Expalin what…

Below are some fallacies in action. Identify the logical fallacies, some may only have one, for each scenario. Expalin what has gone wrong in the fallacies. Be specific in your reasoning. 1.DeLay argues that stem-cell research is immoral. But DeLay is an ultra right-wing lunatic who’s incapable of thinking objectively. Obviously his argument is non-sense. […]

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Logical Fallacies

  Click the tiles in the list below to put the following logical fallacies, taken from the news, in order. Then post your list, explaining your rationale for each one. Lastly, provide us with an example of one of these, and we’ll guess what type it is.  “I just realized that if you listen to […]

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