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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Fallacies of Argument Emotional Arguments-Scare tactics - used to scar readers into siding with the author also called slippery slope. - either or Choices- uses choices with one option it obviously better than the other. Emotional Arguments -Overly Sentimental Appeals- use emotions to distract readers from facts. Make the reader feel guilty. -Band Wagon appeals- urge people to follow the path everyone else is taking. Ethical Arguments- Appeals to False Authority- authors use themselves as a warrant to support their claim. -Dogmatism- writer assumes that a particular position is the only one that is acceptable. Ethical Arguments - Ad Hominem Arguments - attacks the person making the claims rather than the claims themselves -Stacking the Deck- when writer only shows 1 side of the story. (The one in favor) Logical Arguments - Hasty Generalization- an inference is drawn from insufficient evidence. -Faulty Evidence - because of one event the next thing happens. The author is saying that the 1st causes the 2nd. Logical Arguments - Begging The Question- Circular argument that goes nowhere. - Equivocation - half truths that give lies an honest appear ends. Use language tricks. tap and hold to changethis text! Logical Arguments - Non Sequitur - an argument whose claims, reasons, or warrants don't connect logically -Straw Man- attacks an argument that isn't really there and is often much weaker or extreme one then the one the opponent is making Logical Arguments-Red Herring- Changes the subject abruptly to throw readers or listeners off the trail -Faulty Analogy- inaccurate or inconsequential comparisons between objects or concepts
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