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Date Created: 01/15/16
Corral 1 Alina Corral Dr. Kristopher G. Phillips  PHIL 1250 Fallacies Fallacies of weak induction: Slippery Slope: With this image we can induce that if we loose a pen we will die, when there are more  factors that would be involved than just loosing a utensil. Fallacies of relevance: Corral 2 Appeal to force: In the video “Littering” the creator Domics talks why he is “afraid” of littering. In the last scene (starting at 1:15) he recreates a scene in order to portray how he reacts to his friend’s lack  of proper recycling methods. In minute 1:37 he relay uses the appeal to force in order to force his friend to start recycling, other wise their friendship will end. Fallacy of presumption: In this scene of legally blond, the main character, while trying to prove that the witness  was indeed the murder implies that if she were the murder she would have time to hide the  weapon (6:54). “You, however, had time to hide the gun didn’t you? After you shot your father.” This question however also implies that the witness did kill her father.  Fallacy of Ambiguity: Amphiboly: In this add from Maybelline it is claimed that the concealer is capable of “micro­erasing”  dark circles, puffiness and fine lines. The problem here is that there is no such a thing as “micro­ erasing” and it induces the viewer to believe it can erase imperfection. This is clearly impossible  for one cannot tangibly erase dark circles, the correct term would be covering or concealing.  Fallacy of Illicit Transfer: Division: Corral 3 This video is a debate was people are trying to figure out which is better, cats or dogs. At  minute 5:14 it is said, “90% of the people that hate cats are allergic to cats and therefore just not  hang out with cats.”  Firstly we can assume this statistic is made up for the fact that it is said in  the spur of the moment and not given any sources to back up the information. The only given  backup seems to be that the person he is arguing against is mildly allergic to cats, although this  does seem to follow the argument one person is not enough to prove the validity of the statement.


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