Fallacies

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Philosophy

 

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Tonya B

 

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April 26, 2016

 

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J Fallacies of relevance apply to arguments with premises that are not logically relevant to the conclusion but that are psychologically relevant to the conclusion in such a way as to make the conclusion appear to follow from them. The eight fallacies of relevance are: Appeal to force?when the arguer, instead of providing genuine evidence for a conclusion, uses some sort of threat of harm to the listener if the conclusion isn't accepted...
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"If you don't accept my argument, I'll punch you." Appeal to pity?when the arguer, instead of providing genuine evidence for a conclusion, attempts to get the conclusion accepted by evoking pity from the listener. "If you don't give me a raise, my 12 children will starve to death." Appeal to the people?when the arguer, instead of providing genuine evidence for a conclusion, tries to get the conclusion accepted by playing on the listener's desire to be loved, esteemed, admired, recognized, or accepted by others...
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