Once you have an argument
summarized/standardized, you need to evaluate it
to see if you are forced to accept the conclusion.
There are two main questions to ask when doing
Logical Fallacies I
Fallacies of Relevance
Logical Fallacy (or fallacy): an argument that
contains a mistake in reasoning.
Fallacy of Relevance: because the premise are
logically irrelevant to the conclusion.
Relevance has nothing
Analyzing Shorter Arguments
You can analyze shorter arguments by
numbering the premises and conclusion, and
representing their relationships with arrows.
Example: (1) The death penalty should be