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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XIX

Posted by Gregg on Aug 7, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

The fallacy of the question-begging epithet is committed when an arguer tries to evoke an emotional response that is meant to persuade others of a point that is logically questionable.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XVIII

Posted by Gregg on Jul 31, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of Begging the Question. Begging the Question introduces irrelevancy into the argument because it does not introduce any new information. Begging the Question merely reasserts the existing position (suppositions/assumptions) of the debater.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XVII

Posted by Gregg on Jul 24, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of the Complex Question. The Fallacy of the Complex Question uses biased language in place of reasoned, rational, logical argumentation.

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