Fallacies_of_presumption__ambiguity__and_grammatical

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Fallacies of presumption,  ambiguity, and grammatical  analogy
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Fallacies of Presumption Begging the question Complex question False dichotomy Suppressed evidence
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Begging the question Occurs when a crucial premise is missing Occurs when a questionable premise is  reworded Occurs when an argument uses circular  reasoning The common element is that the argument is  not really answering the central question  involved in the argument.
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Murder is morally wrong. Abortion is a form of murder. This being the case, it follows  that abortion is morally wrong.
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Ford Motor Company clearly produces the  finest cars in the United States.   We know they  produce the finest cars because they have the  best design engineers.  This is true because  they can afford to pay hem more than other  manufacturers.  Obviously they can afford to  pay them more because  they produce the  finest cars in the united states.    
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Complex question Involves asking two questions in one Cannot answer without incriminating  yourself
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course PHIL 311 taught by Professor D.c. during the Spring '07 term at University of Louisville.

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