Identify Rhetoric, Logical Fallacies, and Psychological Fallacies
1. What are the rhetorical devices employed in this speech? Be specific. Name the
rhetorical device used and sentence where it is found.
Expletive: - Yes, that is what I will call them in t
Discussion 5.2 Polling
1. This is a weak inductive argument because it is based on viewing a very small sample that
doesnt represent a whole nation, because within a nation are several types of ethnic
groups, religions, political groups, and so
All college students are required to take a Humanities class.
Critical Thinking is a Humanities class.
All college students take Critical Thinking.
This syllogism is inductive. I believe this to be true because one of the premises is probable;
How well do you understand this material? Reading the material is separate from understanding it;
further, comprehending the material calls upon you to apply the theories and concepts through
your words. If you comprehend the material, you
Discussion 7.1: Aesthetic Reasoning
Define in three to four sentences, in your own words, aesthetic reasoning.
Aesthetic reasoning is used to defend or criticize judgments about art, usually with one of the eight
Explain in three to
Discussion 7.2: Movie
1. What movie review did your read?
I read the review for Titanic by Sandie Angulo Chen.
The Utopian resolution of Titanic (1997) sees the abolition of class distinction and the marriage of
commerce and aesthetics. Parents need to kn
Discussion 8.1: Thinking Creatively
Define in three to four sentences, in your own words, creative thinking.
Another word to describe creative thinking is innovation, I mean is the ability of coming up with
new ideas and/or solutions from a fresh perspect
Discussion 6.1: Moral and Legal Reasoning
Define in three to four sentences, in your own words, what is moral reasoning and legal
Moral reasoning: Is a thinking process with the objective of determining whether an idea is right or
Discussion 8.2: Common or Novel?
What is the difference between a common and novel problem?
A common problem is that one that has already been analyzed before and the rules to solve it are
already given, i.e., it can be solved without understanding the pr
Use and mention
Logic is part of philosophy Use
Logic is a word
Logic is a word
Theres glory for you.
-what do you mean by glory?
Arguments and non-arguments
Warning or Advice
Statement of Opinion or Belief
What would be going through your mind if you were in a restaurant and a mad man came in and
began slaughtering people right and left including your family? Would you be thinking if they
would ban guns this would have never happened? Probably not! What you
Define in three to four sentences, in your own words, the difference between formal and
informal inductive arguments.
Formal inductive arguments tend to follow rigorous guidelines for sample selection and
size, and their accuracy is evaluated by means
1. Identify the Problem.
The problem is that Tornado Tacos used an improper advertising, and this was used by the
competence Monogamous Toppings for a Homogenous Gullet (MTHG) and Ben received a
2. What techniques can be used to ad
Dan provides a formal inductive argument because he confirming a hypothesis using a scientific
process by applying mathematical formulas to analyze the evidence.
No, because it is a very small sample compared to the amount of existing
Learning Plan 6
1. What would Rawls say about the information that the great Beavis told Steward? Why?
Rawls's would be agree with the souls not knowing to what body theyre going, basing on his
idea of the original position, explaine
1. How would Plato evaluate this Art Critique based upon his Aesthetic Principles?
For Plato things are perceived as beautiful if they closely match the archetype and as ugly if they
are substandard copies, so he will be agree wit
LEARNING PLAN 8: CREATIVE THINKING AND THE CREATIVE PROCESS
USE CREATIVE PROCESS TECHNIQUES
This Learning Plan addresses the following learning objectives to help you master the
Apply the stages in the creative p
The following fictitious flyer would have been sent out in a massive mailing to solicit business.
After reading the flyer below, answer the following questions using specific class text terms and
Does the flyer follow the principles of
Define in three to four sentences, in your own words, the effect that rhetoric can have on
Rhetoric is mostly used to involve the audience, like make them feel involved.
Rhetoric also has self-evident answers, so they emphasize the point.
Discussion 4.2: Two Girls, One Assignment
You are the principal of a middle school. Two 7th grade girls are brought into your office by their
teacher, who accuses the girls of cheating. Each student submitted an identical, typed report and
claimed that it
Learning Plan 2
1. What is the claim? Evaluate the claim. Is it true or a claim without reason?
The claim here is that the government in conjunction with the pharmaceutical company Big
Pharma are taking health as a business and