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    I need to write a fallacy free argument on why I should get an A in this class, I am having trouble making it fallacy free.

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    1. Aside from begging the question and false dilemma, (almost) all arguments that commit logical fallacies are arguments whose premises do not support their conclusions. This is equivalent to saying that arguments which commit logical fallacies are in general such that their premises do not make their conclusions probable.

    With this in mind, you are being asked to construct an argument for the following claim:

    I (your name) should get (deserve) an 'A' in my philosophy class.

    One way in which you can make your argument fallacy free is by using ...

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    A fallacy free argument is exemplified.