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Transcript of Rhetorical Fallacies
in a Family
Fallacies and Children
Is it right?
ALMOSSAWI, Ali a Alejandro GIRALDO. An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments. [online]. [cit. 2014-01-26].
Dostupné z: https://bookofbadarguments.com/
MCCANDLESS, David. Rhetological Fallacies. Information Is Beautiful [online]. [cit. 2014-01-26]. Dostupné z: www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/rhetological-fallacies/
Appeal to Emotions
If you don't clean up your room, you will get spanked.
Such a mess like in the forest! Are you a monkey?
been so untidy!Whose are you?
But all my mates are untidy!
But it's not mean that you have to be untidy also.
Appeal to Bandwagon
you love me, don't you?
Will you buy me this beautiful handbag.
Appeal to Emotions
Appeal to Hypocrisy
I can sum up by saying that as well as
is significant part all of the
is important part of communication. But where is argumentation are also
. This is the case of
. Question is whether it is
right or not
. It seems that it could be useful for bringing up children, but in a partnership it could be really harmful.
You forgot socks
in the bathroom AGAIN!
But yesterday I saw yours laying on the floor.
At least I don't forget pick up children from school.
Yes, It's true, You will never forget to go to the cosmetician and hairdresser.
to persuade somebody of something
claims that support the conclusion
relevant, clear and true claims
right derivation of conclusion
violation of condition