Chapter 6 homework

Chapter 6 homework - Exercises 6.3 6.4 6.5` Exercise 6.3 1...

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Austin DeBoer Exercise 6.3: 1. Appeals to pity 2. Appeals to force 3. Prejudicial language 4. Appeals to pity 5. Appeals to force 6. Prejudicial language 7. Appeals to force 8. Prejudicial language Exercise 6.4: 1. a. Appeals to force: i. Your boss asks you who you want to vote for this election and you are avid about Obama. Your supervisor is a clear supporter of McCain and has continually commented that he hates anyone who supports Obama. This leads you to say you Support McCain for fear of his power against you. b. Appeal to pity: i. “Officer, why would you give me a ticket for going 20 over the speed limit? I’m late to work and I have a major presentation that I will most likely get fired because I’m missing it.” c. Prejudicial language : i. I hope that you are not going to tell me that you like cookies over pie. I tend to favor cookies because they are more delicious than pie, not to mention you can eat a lot more of them! d.
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2010 for the course PHL 311 taught by Professor Sinhababu during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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Chapter 6 homework - Exercises 6.3 6.4 6.5` Exercise 6.3 1...

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