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Faulty Analogy By: Alan Movshovich The Faulty Analogy is an unsound argument that misconception-ally assumes that if two things both relate in one or more aspects, they must then as well automatically relate in another aspect. This false comparison makes for a fallacy in the argument Raymond (Mercedes Benz/Ice Cream Commercial >>> <<< Why This Ad is a Fallacy This ad makes the improper argument that because the man (Raymond) wanted ice cream his entire life (something he has never had), he must as well want a Mercedes-benz (something he also has never had). There is no actual good reason for him to buy the car, no intriguing
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  • Fall '17
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  • Logical Fallacy, Raymond, Mercedes-Benz, Faulty Analogy

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