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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Portrays the problems of today as a great slide into a future disaster. Fallacies of emotional arguments politicians may try to convey their ideas by scaring people. This works because its easier to believe than to think the unlikelyhood that something may happen. People use the tender emotions of people to distract them from the facts. Bandwagon appeals encourage people to follow what someone else is doing rather than be independent. Hasty generalizations cause people to think badly based on limited evidence. Scare tactics Either-or choices Reducing complicated issues to just two options one being preferable to the other is a way to simplify your arguement. Slippery slope Overly sensitive appeals Bandwagon appeals Fallacies of logical argument People assume that because one thing happened then the thing thing that happened previously must have caused it. Hasty generalization Faulty causality Begging the question Uses the grounds that are in question to defend themselves Equivocation Build half truths that gives lies an honest appearance Non sequitur An arguement whos claim does not use logic Straw man Fallacies Attacks a claim thats not really there Red herring Leads readers/listeners off of the actual argument Faulty analogy When an analogy is taken too far or too seriously Fallacies of an ethical arguement When a writer assumes there is only 1 correct position on an arguement False authority Occurs when a writer refers to him self as sufficient warrant to a claim Dogmatism Ad hominem arguments Attacks the character of someone rather than the claims they make Stack the deck Writers only show one side of an argument
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