crt_205_appendix_c[1] - Axia College Material Appendix C...

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Axia College Material Appendix C Categorizing Fallacies Categorize each fallacy statement by copying and pasting it into the text box adjacent to its matching fallacy type. Fallacy Statements . . .” . Fallacy Type Fallacy Statement Ad hominem/genetic 1. It takes someone with a really big heart to give to our charity, and you seem like someone who cares more than most. Wishful thinking 2. On a radio ad: “Have you been fatigued, irritable, moody? If these symptoms are ignored, you might become depressed or even suicidal! Ward off the blues by taking a pill proven to cheer you up. Millions of people have, and they’re glad they did!” “Argument” from popularity 7. I don’t care if she is the top psychiatrist in the state! Her theory on sibling rivalry is extreme. How can we believe anything she says if she subscribes to theories of that nature? Hasty generalizing 9. My friend, who goes to college in another state, said girls from that sorority are mean. That girl we just met, Tracy, is from
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course CRT 205 crt 205 taught by Professor Darren during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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crt_205_appendix_c[1] - Axia College Material Appendix C...

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