1 the scheme is present in the passage a pro homine

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1. The ________ scheme is present in the passage. a) pro homine reasoning b) ad populum c) appeal to authority d) ad hominem reasoning e) argument against authority f) appeal to eyewitness testimony g) guilt (honour) by association 2. Considering the scheme involved and the premises it requires, the weakest point in the argument is ________. a) the premise that a person or group, X , is associated with another person or group Y b) the premise that Y has creditable beliefs or behaves in a creditable way 3. Considering the weakest point in the argument, the most effective way to argue against it would be argue that ________. a) Y does not have creditable beliefs or behaves in a way that is not creditable b) Y has questionable beliefs or behaves in a questionable way c) Y has questionable beliefs or behaves in a questionable way
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