Can you help me with this project below. I am doing the 3rd part from the book. Hopefully I get that done correctly. I need help with part 1 and part 2. Thanks!
The Chart is attached for ease!
Part 1. In the following chart are fallacies. In the second column, define the fallacy, in the third column provide a real life example of each.
Fallacy Definition Example
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
The Fallacy of Composition
Appeal to authority
Appeal to tradition
Appeal to ignorance
Part 2. Complete a web search on fallacies. Provide at least two other fallacies in the chart below. In the second column, define the fallacy, in the third column provide a real life example of each.
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The solution is attached as a word file (see attachment: Fallaciestable.doc). I have explained each fallacy as clearly as possible but I suggest that in your final paper, you try ...
The solution which is attached as a word file presents a Fallacies Table. Part 1 presents a table wherein the listed fallacies (see long description below) are defined followed by an example. Part 2 ads two more fallacies - a definition as well as an example. Fore references, a list of web resources have been provided to allow students room for further research on the topic.
How Do We Identify Illogical Arguments?
I need help with answering the following questions. Preferably 2-3 pages worth of information to pull from.
In philosophy, a logical error is called a logical fallacy. There are many logical fallacies to watch out for when making or evaluating a philosophical argument.
Demonstrate your understanding of each of the following logical fallacies by using your own words to provide a definition of the term and an argument of 2-3 sentences:
1. Mere assertion
2. Circular reasoning
3. Ad hominem
4. Red herring
6. False cause
7. Sweeping generalizations
8. Slippery slope
9. Equivocation or changing meanings