Answers_Pgs_174_176 - Text pp. 174176

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Text pp. 174—176 24. Begging the Question:  Why the act is unjust is not stated here. There is only a  restatement that it is: an act is unjust because the person's conscience says so,  and if his or her conscience says it is wrong, it is wrong. But how do we  know that is really so?
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17 26. Complex Question:  Not everybody knows what has been stated, and there has  been no justification within the argument to confirm it. What proof is there  that all insurance salespeople are like that? 28. Complex Question:   The question assumes that God, like other things, was  made. Those who believe in God believe God existed eternally and did not  come into being at some point in time. 31. Question-Begging Epithets:  The writer doesn't prove the point or tackle the  question directly. All he or she does is condemn health-food-store owners as  "hucksters," a name that leaves a bad taste in one's mouth, 
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