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Critical Thinking 8 Detecting Fallacies

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The logical reasoner sticks to the issue, makes only relevant remarks, doesn't withhold relevant information, and accurately represents the position of the opposition. Failing to do some of these things is the source of the following fallacies: ad hominem, straw man, false dilemma, faulty comparison, fallacious appeal to authority, genetic fallacy, and non sequitur. In this chapter...

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