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The following fallacies typically involve circular reasoning 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 User: The tactic of straying off topic in the middle of an argument to draw people away from the argument is known as (Points : 1) the guilt-trip fallacy. the argument-from-envy fallacy. the red herring fallacy. the argument-from-pity fallacy. Weegy: The tactic of straying off topic in the middle of an argument to draw people away from the argument is known as the red herring fallacy. User: Ideas and information that are unpublished—such as a student paper or presentation—don’t need to be cited. (Points : 1) True False Weegy: Ideas and information that are unpublished—such as a student paper or presentation—don’t need to be cited.FALSE User: Secret organizations are watching our every move.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: 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 misplacing the burden of proof fallacy. (More)
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If you start drinking, you are likely to become an alcoholic. This is an example of (Points : 1) the slippery-slope fallacy the false dilemma fallacy the straw-man fallacy the group-think fallacy
Weegy: False Dilemma/Dichotomy - Sometimes referred to as Bifurcation, this type of fallacy occurs when someone presents their argument in such a way that there are only two possible options. User: Claiming that something is true merely because one believes it to be true is known as (Points : 1) the subjectivist fallacy. the relativist fallacy. the straw-man fallacy. the ad hominem fallacy. Weegy: Claiming that something is true merely because one believes it to be true is known as the relativist fallacy User: Rules against cheating are stupid because people cheat all the time and rarely get caught.” This is an example of (Points : 1) the perfectionist fallacy. the slippery-slope fallacy. the argument-from-envy fallacy. the guilt-trip fallacy. Weegy: The answer is: The guilt-trip fallacy. User: Everyone from that department is untrustworthy.” This is an example of (Points : 1) the post-hoc fallacy. the red-herring fallacy. the group-think fallacy. the hasty-generalization fallacy. Weegy: Everyone from that department is untrustworthy. This is an example of the hasty-generalization fallacy. User: “I always wear my lucky hat when the Atlanta Braves play; thanks to me, they won the World Series!” This is an example of (Points : 1) the appeal-to-tradition fallacy. the relativist fallacy. the post hoc fallacy. All of the above Weegy: The fallacy in logic stating that "after this, therefore because of this" is called Casualty Fallacy. -post hoc, ergo propter hoc ("after this, [ [ therefore because of this") - This might also be described as the causality fallacy: Event Y follows from Event X, so one automatically concludes that X caused Y. ] ] 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 ... (More)
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