Triangle Exercises section of Critical Thinking

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Triangle Exercises section of Critical Thinking 2. Letter to the editor: “Andrea Keene’s selective morality is once again showing through in her July 15 letter. This time she expresses her abhorrence of abortion. But how we see only what we choose to see! I wonder if any of the anti-abortionists have considered the widespread use of fertility drugs as the moral equivalent of abortion, and, if they have, why they haven’t come out against them, too. The use of these drugs frequently results in multiple births, which leads to the death of one of the infants, often after an agonizing struggle for survival. According to the rules of the pro-lifers, isn’t this murder?” — North-State Record Ad Hominem fallacy - it is an example of attack against another person, the writer makes this obvious in the first sentence “Andrea Keene’s selective morality is once again showing through in her July 15 letter’ as well as “this time she expresses her abhorrence of abortion” 3. In one of her columns, Abigail Van Buren printed the letter of “I’d rather be a widow.” The letter writer, a divorcée, complained about widows who said they had a hard time coping. Far better, she wrote, to be a
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT COM130 taught by Professor Pearlman during the Summer '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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