Il il rl rfi ril l i rl i reason he has not indicated

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il il rl rfi ril l i rl i Reason: He has not indicated he is opposed to it. The argument, thus, is: A. [f people do not indicate they are opposed to something, they are in favour of it.l .l . My opponent has not indicated he is opposed to the new federal gun-control legislation. .'. 2. He must be in favour of it. - .. Although supplying the missing premises can somerimes be helpful in identifying the fallacy, it is not always necessary. For fallacies that depend on the context, such as srraw person, ip which a challenger distorts the position and then attacks the distorted position, we need to identify ttr, *gr- ment -moue being made. With a straw person fallacy, foi example, we would identify ,n. f orl tion being attacked and the original position. 3. Name the fallacy. Give the name of the fallacy if it is one that you know. Name of fallacy: Appeal to ignorance. 4' Identify the criteria for the fallacy. Identify the criteria for the fallacy explicitly. Criteria for The appear to ignorance occurs when a disputant uses the the fallacy: opponent's inabirity or fairure to disprove something as the sole reason for his or her own position.
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6. 5. FALLACI ES 1 43 Show how the criteria for the fallacy fit this particular argument. Demonstrate for the audience how the criteria for the fallacy relate to the features of the argument. How the
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