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PHIL 447N Week 4 Midterm Quiz(VERSION 1 & 2)|CHAMBERLAIN COLLEGE OF NURSING

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PHIL 447N Week 4 Midterm Quiz (Version 1)

  1. Question : (TCOs 2, 7, and 9) In Chapter 6, we learned to recognize how fallacies of relevance are used to distract the audience from the real issue. Consider the following example.

“Despite all the fancy technology around today, no one likes a nerd. Go into some major other than engineering.”

The fallay of relevance used is

  1. Question : (TCOs 2, 7, and 9) In Chapter 6, we learned to recognize how fallacies of relevance are used to distract the audience from the real issue. Consider the following example.

“We are all sane, rational people here. As sane, rational people, you can clearly see beyond the hype and hyperbole of my opponent. I am confident that intelligent people like you will see that my tax policy will do far more for our country than his ever could.”

The fallacy of relevance trying to get the audience on the speaker’s side is

  1. Question : (TCOs 7 and 9) In Chapter 7, we learned to recognize the certain fallacies of defective induction. Consider the following example.

P: “I swear I saw the Loch Ness monster on my trip to Scotland.” M: “I don’t believe it.” P: “Can you prove that I didn’t see it?”

The fallacy of defective induction used is

  1. Question : (TCOs 7 and 9) In Chapter 7, we learned to recognize the certain fallacies of defective induction. Consider the following example.

“Just how much sex has to be in a movie before you call it pornographic? Seems to me the whole concept makes no sense.”

The fallacy of defective induction used is

PHIL 447N Week 4 Midterm Quiz (Version 2)

  1. (TCOs 1 and 2) State the three uses of arguments. Which use does the given selection argument utilize? Define what makes an argument a deductive argument, and explain why the argument in the passage you have chosen is a deductive argument. Define critical reasoning, and explain how this should be used to evaluate the argument in the passage you have selected.
  2. (TCOs 1, 2, and 3) Locate the argument in the passage that you have selected. Identify both its explicit premises and its implicit premises………(If you believe your selection for Question 1 does not contain both explicit and implicit premises, choose another selection that does, and present it here.)…….Does the conclusion follow from the premises? Explain why it does or does not. Is it necessary to add implicit premises to the argument so that the premises will support the conclusion? If so, do so.
  3. (TCOs 1, 2, and 3) Define what requirements must be met for an argument to be valid. Define what requirements must be met for an argument to be sound. Is the argument in the passage that you have selected a valid argument? Explain why it is or is not. Assess whether the premises should be accepted or rejected. Then explain whether the argument you’ve chosen is a sound argument or not. Explain the difference between a valid argument and a sound argument.
  4. (TCOs 1, 2, 3, and 4) Define each of the distraction fallacies, the resemblance fallacies, and the emotional fallacies that have been discussed in the course. Analyze the argument that is contained within the passage you have selected to determine if it exhibits any of these fallacies. If it does, explain which of the fallacies it contains. If it does not, state whether you believe that the conclusion that is has been developed to support should be accepted, or not. Explain your answer.
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ANSWERS ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN THE TEXT Question 1. Question : (TCOs 2, 7, and 9) In Chapter 6, we learned to recognize how fallacies of relevance are used to distract the audience from the real issue. Consider the following example. In a court proceeding: "My client is a single parent and the sole provider for her six children. A guilty verdict will cause irreparable damage to her family. If she is sent to prison, her children will be deprived of the love a...
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