CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4 CHECKPOINT

CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4 CHECKPOINT - CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4...

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CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4 BERNAL IDENTIFYING FALLACIES 2. The use of these drugs frequently results in multiple births, which leads to the death of one of the infants, often after an agonizing struggle for survival. According to the rules of the pro-lifers, isn’t this murder?” 2. This is considered a Misplacing Burden of Proof Fallacy. This statement is trying to show the wrong side of the issue to make his or her case. 3. The letter writer, a divorcée, complained about widows who said they had a hard time coping. Far better, she wrote, to be a widow than to be a divorcée, who are all “rejects” who have been “publicly dumped” and are avoided “like they have leprosy.” 3. I believe this to be a Circumstantial Ad Hominem Fallacy. This statement is clearly using the writer’s circumstance to discredit what was written. 5. he would have to park at the edge of the park and carry everything in—ice chests, chairs, maybe even grandma. 5. I believe that much of this statement was a fallacy but this statement seemed to be a
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2010 for the course CRT 205 crt 205 taught by Professor Darren during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4 CHECKPOINT - CRT 205 WEEK 5 DAY 4...

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