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But only these two fallacious arguments were enough to shape the judgment of the world.
One of our contributions in this essay has been to demonstrate one way of studying fallacious argument, based in pragma-dialectic perspective, which goes beyond the descriptive to understand why a set of arguments ought to be regarded as fallacious-not simply because they may be found to fit a verboten pattern of argument but because they make argumentative moves which violate implicit norms of argument and, thereby, short-circuit the process of rational critical debate.
Another big fallacious argument is that "governments around the globe will resort to protectionism," a statement that is true but needs to be put in context.
This is one of those very fallacious arguments that are given by economists of communism and socialism on the one hand as well as capitalism on the other.
While fallacies contained in arguments have always been of concern to philosophers, social studies educators might do more to recognize and analyze the fallacious arguments of their students, making such errors an occasion for discussion.
YOUR columnist Paul Dale cannot be allowed to get away with his fallacious arguments about the five-term year in an article clearly designed to rile teachers (January 14).
Backing the Tykes at 4-5 with Sunderlands cannot be viewed as one of the great value bets of all time, yet putting up an alternative would require some highly fallacious arguments.
Ralph Moss predicts that the information presented in his book will eventually destroy these fallacious arguments.
Counter fallacious arguments and unsound objections without putting the critic down, for you don't want to inhibit dissent or expression of true feelings.
This is a erroneous theory based on fallacious arguments that the economy can shift peoples identity through economic and infrastructure developments.
Why, then, should we tolerate such fallacious arguments when debating the costliest public policy decision in the history of mankind?