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Persuasive Defense Spot Fallacies

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David Schulz

on 13 March 2017

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Transcript of Persuasive Defense Spot Fallacies

We should and must challenge authority.
Persuasive DEFENSE
Logic as Shield
BAD PROOFS/Deadly Sin of Bad Comps
"ALL Natural" Filling Doesn't = Fruit
BandWagon/Popularity = Everyone is doing it
Reductio Ad Absurdum =
Fallacy of Antecedent = never before/Never to be
False Analogy: success in Business = Success in Politics
Unit Fallacy: 1 apple + 1 Orange = 2 Oranges
Spot Fallacies
&
Calling Fouls
Deadly Sin: Comparison
7th sin: Ending Wrong
argument forms
fallacies
Logic / Argument
Deduction's Proof = Commonplace
Induction's Proof = Examples
Does the Proof hold UP
Are there ample choices
Proof = Conclusion (?)
Rhetoric
a way of knowing our Self & Defending against Rascals
ONE way Rhetoric gets done
1st Deadly Sin
False Comparison: "All Natural"
(Botulism is natural & will Kill you)
4th Sin: Tautology
5th deadliest sin
FALSE Choice
(Either with us or with. .)
Beat them don't BE Them
?
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3rd Deadly Sin
Ignorance = proof

Second Deadly Sin: Bad Examples
Disconnect between example/Argument
Evidence misinterpreted
Hasty "G"

6th Deadly Sin: Red Herring
Slippery Slope
Post hoc ergo proper hoc (Chanicleer Fallacy)
Aggression
compassion
criticism
invites acceptance
and discourages defense
where argument is productive
discourages acceptance
discourages defense
Patriarchy
Power
Privilege
personality
P
most
Common
academic
Discussion
reventers
Dean of Students Letter to Incoming Freshmen
Aug. 25, 2016
Consider your own beliefs. What makes them "true" for you? How do you know? What basis of influence, knowledge, or experience justifies them?
argumentation!
"Spot Fallacies: The Seven Deadly Logical Sins" by Jay Heinrichs
What are the conseqeunces of "sloppy" logic in your opinion? Who offends the most? Under what circumstances? In what cases?
*homework
"Reclaiming the Imagination" by Timothy Williamson
*Bring Hitchhiker's!
homework
a priori
a posteriori
can be known without experience
can only be known through experience
"Where Am I?"
read
and respond
typical associations
em iricism
i ealism
rational sm
skepticism
a priori
a posteriori
true knowledge isn't possible
knowledge needs a mind
reasoning is knowlege
senses are knowledge
where are we?
homework
David Kyle Johnson's "Wikiality, Truthiness, & Gut Thinking"
& respond to prompt
What's so tough about unCertainty?
Aug. 25, 2016
homework
Gutting's "Philosophy and Faith," Crane's "Mystery and Evidence," & Scheffler's "Importance of the afterlife."
& respond
Most Fallacies "sound" good
Till YOU break em down to the nuts
and Bolts
No logic 'rules' in rhetoric
IS Ethos so look for/avoid:
Bad proof
No choice(s)
Proof doesn't = conclusion
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