Critical Thinking 9e, Chapter 6 and 7 Instructor's Manual

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6 More Rhetorical Devices: Psychological and Related Fallacies and Chapter 7 More Fallacies Answers to Text/Homework Questions Chapter 6 Exercise 6-2 Evens Only 2. Two wrongs make a right ▲4. “Argument” from pity 6. No fallacy 8. Red herring ▲10. “Argument” from outrage. There is also an example of straw man in the last sentence. ▲12. Subjectivist fallacy 14. The idea of “repaying” is an “argument” from loyalty. It bears mentioning, of course, that the fact that Rasheed was himself loyal is quite relevant to the issue. Exercise 6-5 Odds Only ▲1. Scare tactics 3. No fallacy 5. Relativism ▲7. No fallacy 9. Bandwagon Exercise 6-6 Odds Only 1. b 3. e 5. c 7. d 9. b IM – 6&7 | 1 Exercise 6-7 Odds Only ▲1. No fallacy 3. Subjectivism 5. Your choice: “Argument” from popularity or common practice; some kind of case can be made for each. ▲7. Apple polishing 9. This is really an “argument” from spite. It doesn’t quite rise to the level of indignation.9....
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