Unformatted text preview: fallacies in his argument against warning labels. One type of fallacy that is used is two wrongs make a right. This fallacy was used when Nick Naylor accuses the state of Vermont of contributing to heart disease by making cheese. The two wrongs don’t make a right fallacy can also be in the same category as the guilt trip fallacy. He is trying to say that Vermont is guilty as well of having a dangerous product without a warning label. There are rhetorical devices throughout the entire argument. One of the rhetorical devices used in the argument is horse laugh. The horse laugh was present when Nick Naylor started to turn the argument around on the senators,...
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- Winter '10
- Rhetoric, Argumentation theory, Nick Naylor