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“Secret organizations are watching our every move. The fact that we know nothing about them shows how powerful they actually are.” This is an example of (Points : 1) a begging-the-question
fallacy. an appeal-to-ignorance fallacy. misplacing the burden of proof. a slippery-slope fallacy.
This is an example of an appeal-to-ignorance fallacy
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User: “Secret organizations are watching our every move. The fact that we know nothing about them shows how powerful they actually are.” This is an example of (Points : 1) a begging-the-question fallacy. an appeal-to-ignorance fallacy. misplacing the burden of proof. a slippery-slope fallacy.

Weegy: This is an example of an appeal-to-ignorance fallacy
MrG|Points 2694|

User: . Attacking the person making the argument instead of the argument itself is the classic definition of (Points : 1) straw-man fallacy. the ad hominem fallacy. the argument-from-common practice fallacy. None of the above

Weegy: Attacking the person making the argument instead of the argument itself is the classic definition of THE AD HOMINEM FALLACY.
andrewpallarca|Points 19078|

User: . The following fallacies typically involve circular reasoning: (Points : 1) An appeal to inadequate authority Begging the question Hasty generalization None of the above

Weegy: The following fallacies typically involve circular reasoning an appeal to B. Hasty Generalization
summerloor|Points 50|

User: . The following fallacies typically involve circular reasoning: (Points : 1) An appeal to inadequate authority Begging the question Hasty generalization None of the above

Weegy: The following fallacies typically involve circular reasoning an appeal to B. Hasty Generalization
summerloor|Points 50|

User: . “I will always agree with the members of my political party; my beliefs are their beliefs!” This is an example of (Points : 1) the guilt-trip fallacy. the group-think fallacy. the argumentnum ad populum fallacy. All of the above

Weegy: All of the above
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User: Ideas and information that are unpublished—such as a student paper or presentation—don’t need to be cited. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: Ideas and information that are unpublished—such as a student paper or presentation—don’t need to be cited is FALSE...
Expert answered|simplekaren89|Points 211|

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