ch5answ - Answers to all nontriangle exercises in Chapter 5...

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Answers to all nontriangle exercises in Chapter 5 Exercise 5-2 2.Two wrongs make a right 3.Wishful thinking 5.Scare tactics 6.No fallacy 8.Red herring 9.This is an argument from pity, as opposed to a quote-unquote “argument” from pity. He gave a good reason for going to the old man’s creamery. It would have been a fallacy if, for example, he tried to use an appeal to pity in order to try and claim that the man sells the best ice cream. 11. This is actually an “argument” from loyalty. The book does not cover an “argument” from loyalty, so anything related to “tradition,” “guilt trip,” or “group think” would be the second best answers. (Some of you mentioned these as possible answers in class. Good!) 14. The idea of “repaying” is an “argument” from loyalty. It bears mentioning, of course, that the fact that Rasheed was himself loyal is quite relevant to the issue. 15. Peer pressure “argument.”
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