Study guides - Browne & Keeley: Chapter 3: Issues and...

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Chapter 3: Issues and Conclusions Define and Identify: Factual (Descriptive) vs. Value (Prescriptive) Issues, Conclusion, Conclusion Indicator Words Chapter 4: Reasons Define and Identify: Arguments, Descriptive and Prescriptive Reasons (Premises), Premise (Reason) Indicator Words Chapter 5: Ambiguity Define, Identify, and Explain: Ambiguity, Loaded Language, Principles of Charity and Fidelity Chapter 6: Assumptions Define, Identify, and Explain: Facts vs. Values, Value Assumptions, Value Conflicts, Factual (Descriptive Assumptions) Engel: Fallacies of Ambiguity : Equivocation, Amphiboly, Accent, Hypostatization, Division, and Composition Fallacies of Presumption : Sweeping Generalization, Hasty Generalization, Bifurcation, Begging the Question, Complex Question, and Special Pleading (Omitted: Question- Begging Epithet) Fallacies of Relevance : Genetic Fallacy, Abusive ad Hominem , Circumstantial ad Hominem , Tu Quoque , Poisoning the Well, Mob Appeal, Appeal to Pity, Appeal to (Improper) Authority, Appeal to Ignorance, and Appeal to Fear Chapter 8: Evidence I Define, Identify, and Evaluate: Intuition, Personal Experience, Testimonials, and Appeals to Authority (One, Many, Select) Chapter 9: Evidence II Define, Identify, and Evaluate: Personal Observation, Research Studies, Case Examples, and Analogies Chapter 10: Rival Causes Define, Detect, and Evaluate: Cause, Rival Cause (Alternative Causal Explanation), Contributory Causes,
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