Essay Phi 103

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1. Question : Mom: “You shouldn’t have soaped the Crawford’s house Tommy.” Tommy: “But Jimmy Crawford soaped our house last month.” Student Answer: Two wrongs make a right Argument from force Rationalization Peer Pressure No Fallacy Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: Question 2. Question : “If I give this homeless person a dollar then I’ll have to give the next guy a dollar and so forth … I’ll end up broke!” Student Answer: Ad hominem Slippery slope Burden of Proof False Dilemma No Fallacy Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 3. Question : TV Preacher: “You know…in the Old Testament God…show more content…
Question : “Ice cream is bad because it’s unhealthy.” Student Answer: Poisoning the Well Ad hominem abusive Begging the Question False Dilemma No Fallacy Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 14. Question : “I don’t think that we should bomb innocent people in order to steal their oil.” Student Answer: Objectivism Hasty Generalization Straw Man Appeal to the majority No Fallacy Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: Question 15. Question : My father always only bought Ford cars. He said they were the best cars ever. So I only buy Fords. Student Answer: Non sequitur Ad Hominem Post Hoc Appeal to inadequate authority No Fallacy Points Received: 0 of 1 Comments: Question 16. Question : Marcia: “I think Tiger Woods is the best golfer of our day.” Minji: “Gimme a break. Anybody who would cheat on his wife and family with hundreds of women is a monster.” Student Answer: Argument by force Ad hominem Peer pressure argument Rationalizing No Fallacy Points Received: 1 of 1 Comments: Question 17. Question : Radio Announcer: “I’ll tell you what, I am appalled that this new bill about the economy is even being looked at by Congress! The

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