Name: Beginning Informal Logic Homework exercise 14 Due at the…Name:Beginning Informal LogicHomework exercise 14Due at the beginning of class Wednesday (May. 11th) on Blackboard.Review Chapter 4 on Fallacies, which includes Formal/Informal, Slippery Slope, and Relevance Fallacies.Choose one fallacy and find an example of itwhether it is one used in your immediate life (by you or others), one found online or television, or one found in a newspaper (e.g., an editorial) or magazine, etc.Don’t just describe the fallacy but analyze it! Say why it is a good example of such a fallacy and what a better argument might be. 14 – Fallacies.docx Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy PHIL PHIL102
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