Final Final U4 GP

Final Final U4 GP - Three Fallacies Running head: THE...

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Three Fallacies 1 Running head: THE MEANING OF THREE FALLACIES The Meaning of Three Fallacies Nicole Mauch Michelle Mantonya Tanya Fitters American Intercontinental University Kathy Matthes Eng. 105 February 2, 2008
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Three Fallacies 2 The Meaning of Three Fallacies Communication we all use is made up of so many different forms that are used in unison to make understanding possible. Commonly used are fallacies or errors of reasoning (Dowden, 2008, nd.). They can occur in writing or speech, by accident or purposely used, for or against the subject in question. I believe this subject matter consists of little known facts that need to be addressed so there could be a better understanding of what we write and what we read. We will discuss the definitions of three fallacies and explain their importance and benefits when used in writing and use examples for clarification. Using circular reasoning, one tries to make their statement stronger or more important by saying the same thing but in a different way (Hagin, 2002, para.1). If someone makes a statement and they feel that the person that they are speaking to is confused, or if writers feel they need to
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