Fallacies - Fallacies Fallacy mistaken method of reasoning...

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Fallacies Fallacy – mistaken method of reasoning Set 1 o subjectivism – the fallacy of assuming that the fact that u already believe a the fact that you already believe something is not evidence that it is true; the fact that you don’t believe something is not evidence it is not true. a In subjectivism, u are claiming something is true or false based on your OWN emotional state. o arousing emotion – the fallacy of trying to get others to accept or reject an idea by stirring emotions rather than rational persuasion a You can use reasons in a speech while still bringing some emotional appeal (not necessarily have to be fallacious). a You can say the same thing in many different ways but evoke different emotional connotations every time. For instance, u might call a woman, a “woman,” a “broad,” a “lady,” etc. a Another E.G., Our new cutlery set will make you feel so good when you see it laid out on your dining table. 'Style and Grace' is the right thing for you.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course PHILOSOPHY PHI2600 taught by Professor Siegmann during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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