201Ex1Answers-Fa07 - Appeal to Tradition or"Is""Ought" 18 None(2 pts for Ad Hominem 19 Division(2 pts for Composition 20 End

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Philosophy 201 Fall 2007 Exam #1 Silverstein ANSWERS 106 Total Points I. (2 points each) 1. F 2. F 3. F 4. T 5. F 6. T 7. F 8. T II. (3 points each) 9. Converse Accident (1 pt for Hasty Generalization) 10. Wishful Thinking 11. Begging the Question (or Circular Reasoning) 12. Composition 13. The End Justifies the Means 14. Appeal to Ignorance III. (6 points each) 15. Faulty (False) Analogy 16. None (no argument) 17. Inductive Fallacy (specifically, Misleading Totals)
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Unformatted text preview: Appeal to Tradition or "Is"-"Ought" 18. None (2 pts for Ad Hominem ). 19. Division (2 pts for Composition) 20. End Justifies the Means Golden Mean 21. None (2 pts for Appeal to Force) 22. Appeal to Authority Straw Man 23. None (no argument) 24. Confusion (specifically, Contradictory Assumptions) 25. Begging the Question (or Circular Reasoning) Special Pleading 26. Accident (2 pts for Biased Assumptions) Wishful Thinking...
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