Lesson 7 Concept Check

Lesson 7 Concept - 238 4 A number of common fallacies of language exist because of the writer’s strengths in reasoning(see p 238 5 A fallacy of

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Lesson 7 Concept Check
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1. Cartoonists often use comparisons or analogies to express their ideas. (see p. 238) True False 2. Errors in reasoning and inference are not logical fallacies. (see p. 238) 3. Fallacies of amphiboly depend upon being able to understand words in more than one way. (see p. 
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Unformatted text preview: 238) 4. A number of common fallacies of language exist because of the writer’s strengths in reasoning. (see p. 238) 5. A fallacy of language exists if the writer’s intent is to persuade illogically by distorting the issue. (see p. 238) 6....
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course CRE 101 taught by Professor Barbaragaston during the Summer '11 term at Rio Salado.

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Lesson 7 Concept - 238 4 A number of common fallacies of language exist because of the writer’s strengths in reasoning(see p 238 5 A fallacy of

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