Logical Fallacies Paper

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(Fallacy: Appeal to Emotion, 2006) Example: In 1972, there was a widely printed advertisement printed by the Foulke Fur Co., which was in reaction to the frequent protests against the killing of Alaskan seals for the making of fancy furs. According to the advertisement, clubbing the seals was one of the great conservation stories of our history, a mere exercise in wildlife management, because "biologists believe a healthier colony is a controlled colony...
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Its effectiveness is in its emotional appeal to its audience. Logical arguments are very difficult and time-consuming and rarely effectively spurn people to action. It is the power of this fallacy that makes it so popular and widely used. However, it is still a fallacy. The next Fallacy I have chosen to examine is the "Common Belief" Fallacy...
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