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If an argument does not commit a fallacy it is?
Weegy: The fact that an argument does not commit a fallacy says next to nothing about its being a good argument. [ Even if we knew all two thousand-odd fallacies cold and never missed an instance, no one has ever claimed that these are all or even most of the possibilities. Too many of the fallacies also depend on context for their being labeled a fallacy to be just. Saying something which would be a vicious ad hominem in a city council meeting may be exactly the right thing to bring up in a criminal trial when the credibility of a witness is a legitimate issue. The fact that an argument commits a fallacy is not a matter of determining the argument's characteristics separate from its setting; to make a fallacy label stick requires us to be able to evaluate the argument separate from the theory- that is, the fallacy name and characteristics. That is, being able to tell whether an argument commits a fallacy requires us to be able to tell separately whether is it is a good argument. ] User: What is psycho social theory? Weegy: Erikson's psychosocial theory basically asserts that people experience eight 'psychosocial crisis stages' which significantly affect each person's development and personality. [ Joan Erikson described a 'ninth' stage after Erik's death, but the eight stage model is most commonly referenced and is regarded as the standard. Read more here: ] (More)
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After the asteroid hit the earth there was a tornado. So the asteroid caused the tornado might commit what type of fallacy?
Weegy: It commits: false cause fallacy. User: China uses too much oil. So they shouldn't develop their industry " may commit what type of fallacy? Weegy: That statement may commit the hasty generalization fallacy. (More)
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