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are lazy. Ts is a plea to belief fallacy because it’s a common belief among society that everyone who receives government assistance is living off of the system In most cases, people recieve assistance for a short period of time interim jobs, or when they have another cld. Subjective: I for a long time believed that because i

Need help with responding to these three discussion post 100 words each Identify Three Fallacies  Instructor  Email ts Author       2/27/2017 8:56:49 PM Once you learn the names of the major logical fallacies, you will probably start noticing them all over the place, including in advertisements, movies, TV shows, and everyday conversations. Ts can be both fascinating and frustrating, but it can certainly help you to avoid certain pitfalls in reasoning that are unfortunately very common. Ts exercise gives you a chance to practice identifying fallacies as they occur in daily life. Prepare: To prepare to address ts prompt, carefully read through Chapter 7 of our book, paying special attention to learning the names of common fallacies, biases, and rhetorical tricks. Take a look as well at the required resources from ts week. Reflect: Search through common media sources looking for examples of fallacies. Some common places to find fallacies include advertisements, opinion pieces in news media, and arguments about politics, religion, and other controversial issues. You may also notice fallacies in your daily life. Write: Present three distinct informal logical fallacies you have discovered in these types of sources or in your life. Make sure to identify the specific fallacy committed by each example. Explain how the fallacies were used and the context in wch they occurred. Then, explain how the person should have presented the argument to have avoided committing ts logical error. 1. Week 4 Discussion 1        Rolland Mattoon Email ts Author           3/1/2017 8:53:15 PM Informal fallacies occur often and are often misleading.  The three informal logical fallacies selected for ts discussion are the Oscars, social media and President Trump’s fake news stories. The first fallacy occurred on Sunday night during the recent Oscar’s Award show.  Near the end of the show the presenter announced the wrong winner for an award.  The media believes that ts could have been intentional to drive ratings.  Over the past two years the number of viewers has dropped 42% and by having such a major blunder will ensure that more viewers watch the next event for another potential error. The fallacy here is that there is no evidence supporting the claim or that the error occurred on purpose.  The next fallacy is a fallacy of support.  The fallacy states that social medial is addictive and limits interpersonal communication.  Hardy states that “There is notng wrong with ts argument as an expression of a person’s belief”.  (Hardy, 2015). The last fallacy is an example of a fallacy of clarity.  Recently in the news President Trump has been discussing the fake news outlets.  An example of an argument is the P1) The news provides information P2) The news is fake C) Therefore, the information on the news is fake. In ts example the conclusion would be logical however there are unbiased news outlets in the market, for example NPR. Reference: Hardy, J., Foster, C., & Zúñiga y Postigo, G. (2015). With good reason: A guide to cirtical tnking [Electronic version]. Retrieved from . 2. discussion 1   Barbara Lamb Email ts Author 3/2/2017 2:17:26 PM Plea to Belief: All welfare recipients are lazy. Ts is a plea to belief fallacy because it’s a common belief among society that everyone who receives government assistance is living off of the system In most cases, people recieve assistance for a short period of time interim jobs, or when they have another cld. Subjective: I for a long time believed that because i got all of the same allergies that my father had, that I wouldn’t have any additional allergies. Ts is a subjective fallacy because it was likely that I wouldn’t have gotten any additional allergies but just because I had the same allergies as my father, doesn’t mean I couldn’t have more than those allergies. Begging the Question: Mom’s not going to bed, because she’s not tired. First off, WRONG, mom’s are always tired. But realistically, my niece jumped to the conclusion in her premise when she assumed that her Mother wasn’t tired and used it as her arguement. Instead she could have used premises such as, she just drank coffee or she just woke up as reasons that she may be concluded not to be tired. 3. Week four, Disc. 1, post1         Angela Yanni Email ts Author  3/2/2017 5:28:42 PM Hello Class, The first argument I found a fallacy with is sometng the president said. ” As we speak tonight, we are removing gang members, drug dealers, and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our innocent citizens.” Trump, D. Ts can be considered, in my opinion, a couple different fallacies. First, it is Begging the Question in a Narrow Sense P1: As we speak tonight (implication is that the speech is about the “so called” gang members, drug dealers and criminals) about non-citizens. [Ts also has to be implied if you do not know he is speaking about undocumented immigrants] C: We are removing the “gang members, drug dealers, and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our innocent citizens. Putting s sentence, wch is the basis of an argument stating that he has already started doing sometng good, however, all he is saying is as he talks about non-citizens, s administration is out removing them. If we add words, to create more of an argument, It will become Argumentum ad Baculum P1: Non-citizens are gang members, drug dealers, and criminals. P2: Non-citizens threaten our communities and prey on our innocent citizens C: As we speak tonight, we are removing these non-citizens, wch makes citizens safer. Argumentum ad Baculum is associated with speaking or writing in a way that scares the audience into agreeing with you. Politics is a great place to observe ts type of rhetoric. A. Yanni Resources: http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/01/opinions/trump-bait-and-switch-on-immigration-reyes/index.html

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