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Fallacy Paper 1 Fallacy Paper Hector Sierra University of Phoenix
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Fallacy Paper 2 When dealing with fallacies, people must first understand what an argument is Labossiere, M. 2005. Arguments rise between people, due to experiences and knowledge of particular subjects that some people know a little more about than others. In my individual occupation, many fallacies arise daily between people from different walks of life. Three of the most common fallacies are Inductive argument, Factual error, and Deductive fallacy. According to Dr. Labossiere,(author of Mcintosh tutorial named Fallacy Tutorial), an inductive argument is an argument such that the premises provide (or appear to provide) some degree of support (but less than complete support), for the conclusion. To some degree, this type of fallacy arises amongst people in most all occupations. In the military, there are many point of views that are presented from many workers, who are from different parts of the country or even different parts of the world. In many instances,
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