5 edition of Fallacy of the male construct found in the catalog.
|Statement||curated by Sandra Fraser.|
|Contributions||Enright, Robert., Butler, Sheila, 1938-, Longchamps, Denis, 1958-, Fraser, Sandra, 1969-, McDonald, Terry, 1953-, MacLaren Art Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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This is a nearly comprehensive book of informal (and some formal) fallacies. The author writes in a lively, humorous style with many brilliant statements that reinforce the importance of critical thinking.
I have read this book several times over the last year and a half, always learning valuable facts/5(). The Fallacy Detective $ - ×9 quality paperback, pages ISBN $ - ebook Amazon Kindle Store Apple Bookstore ISBN For each fallacy listed, there is a definition or explanation, an example, and a tip on how to avoid committing the fallacy in your own arguments.
Hasty generalization. Definition: Making assumptions about a whole group or range of cases based on a sample that is inadequate (usually because it is atypical or too small).
Stereotypes about people. I would not just get books on fallacies, but books on critical thinking including morality. * Thinki. Introduction This book is intended as a companion to my 42 Fallacies and it adds thirty fallacies.
However, this book does not require that you have 42 Fallacies and it stands on its own. As the title indicates, this book presents thirty fallacies. Recently, I have been frequently seeing the argument that the USA has actually done a very good job at dealing with COVID because it’s case-fatality rate (i.e., the percentage of infected individuals that die from COVID) is lower than many.
Logical fallacies are violations of one or more of the principles that make a good argument such as good structure, consistency, clarity, order, relevance and completeness.
Formal fallacy: A logical fallacy whose form does not conform to the grammar and rules of inference of a logical calculus.
Logical fallacies -- those logical gaps that invalidate arguments -- aren't always easy to spot. While some come in the form of loud, glaring inconsistencies, others can easily fly under the radar, sneaking into everyday meetings and conversations undetected.
In the example, "According to a study by the University of Washington, single men in the Unites States develop heart disease at an average of 40 percent higher than single women.
It seems clear, then, that being male is a contributing factor in developing poor health." Is a fallacy committed. 7) Appeal to Authority Fallacy. With this fallacy, someone may reference an expert in a given field to help back up Fallacy of the male construct book claims.
Although this expert may in fact be extremely intelligent and may know a lot about a particular subject, merely citing an instance where this expert agrees with you does not mean that the conclusion of your argument is now completely veridical.
This categorical fallacy is a conflation of male and female with the separate classification of masculinity and femininity. Masculinity and femininity are behavioral characteristics associated with being male or female.
Admittedly, these social norms can sometimes be shaped by our culture and expectations. Books About Logical Fallacies. A few books to help you get a real handle on logical fallacies.
Logically Fallacious Buy On Amazon The Fallacy Detective Buy On Amazon The Art of the Argument Buy On Amazon The above book links to Amazon are affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, I may get a commission from the sale. As Morrow and Weston point out in A Workbook for Arguments (), arguments developed by reductio ad absurdum are frequently used to prove mathematical theorems.
Mathematicians "often call these arguments 'proofs by contradiction.' They use this name because mathematical reductio arguments lead to contradictions--such as the claim that N both is and is not. This book can help you brush up on these skills - and learn how to develop the logical, persuasive arguments you need now and throughout your career.
This useful handbook addresses more than 60 common fallacies of logic with the help of over memorable examples. Relation to other fallacies.
Pathetic fallacy (also known as anthropomorphic fallacy or anthropomorphization) is a specific type [dubious – discuss] of reification. Just as reification is the attribution of concrete characteristics to an abstract idea, a pathetic fallacy is committed when those characteristics are specifically human characteristics, especially thoughts or feelings.
Fallacies Urban Facts and Fallacies 12 Male- Female Facts and Fallacies 55 Academic Facts and Fallacies 87 Income Facts and Fallacies Racial Facts and Fallacies Third World Facts and Fallacies as fallacies about urban problems, income differences, male- female economic differences, as well as economic fallacies about academia, about race, and about T h i r d World countries.
The gambler's fallacy, also known as the Monte Carlo fallacy or the fallacy of the maturity of chances, is the erroneous belief that if a particular event occurs more frequently than normal during the past it is less likely to happen in the future (or vice versa), when it has otherwise been established that the probability of such events does not depend on what has happened in the past.
An argument from authority (argumentum ab auctoritate), also called an appeal to authority, or argumentum ad verecundiam, is a form of argument in which the opinion of an authority on a topic is used as evidence to support an argument.
Some consider that it is used in a cogent form if all sides of a discussion agree on the reliability of the authority in the given context. Master List of Logical Fallacies Fallacies are fake or deceptive arguments, arguments that prove nothing.
Fallacies often seem superficially sound, and far too often have immense persuasive power, even after being clearly exposed as false.
Fallacies are not always deliberate, but a good scholar’s purpose is always to. uEconomic Facts and Fallacies is the kind of book lesser lights would have labored for years Male-Female Facts and Fallacies 55 4.
Academic Facts and Fallacies 87 5. Income Facts and Fallacies 6. Racial Facts and Fallacies 7. Third World Facts and Fallacies. An Appeal to Authority is a fallacy with the following form: 1) Person A is (claimed to be) an authority on subject S.
2) Person A makes claim C about subject S. 3) Therefore, C is true. This fallacy is committed when the person in question is not a legitimate authority on the subject. A logical fallacy is often what has happened when someone is wrong about something.
It's a ﬂaw in reasoning. Strong arguments are void of logical fallacies, whilst arguments that are weak tend to use logical fallacies to appear stronger than they are. Fallacies refer to flaws within the logic or reasoning of an argument.
Ten fallacies of reasoning discussed in this chapter are hasty generalization, false analogy, false cause, false authority, false dilemma, ad hominem, slippery slope, red herring, and appeal to tradition. Strongest Pro-Choice argument. Look at Alabama: 1. Alabama has just passed a horrible law that outlaws abortion in EVERY case except if the mothers life is at stake.
If a doctor performs the abortion he or she can get up to 99 years, in jail. Examples of logical fallacies. One example of a logical fallacy is the ad hominem fallacy, which is a fallacy that occurs when someone attacks the source of an argument directly, without addressing the argument instance, if a person brings up a valid criticism of the company that they work in, someone using the ad hominem fallacy might reply by simply telling them that if they don.
This new book, Debating is Fun, must be a very popular book. It has been on the best-seller list for months." Combo with "Logical Fallacies" and 1 other. 26 terms. Practicing Identifying Fallacies. 26 terms. Practicing Identifying Fallacies. OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR.
11 terms. 10 Amendments. Economic Facts and Fallacies exposes some of the most popular fallacies about economic issues-and does so in a lively manner and without requiring any prior knowledge of economics by the reader. These include many beliefs widely disseminated in the media and by politicians, such as mistaken ideas about urban problems, income differences, male-female economic differences,/5().
The phallus fallacy, the ubiquitous focus on the penis in popular media and culture, may be acting to reinforce social and gender inequities. This is a problem. Logical fallacies are common errors in reasoning that will undermine the logic of an argument.
In argumentative writing, the presence of logical fallacies such fallacies. Introduction to Fallacies LWC Writing Center Slider• Every Writer, Every Message, Every Point in the Process • Welcome to the Conversation.
A fallacy is an illogical step in the formulation of an argument. An argument in academic writing is “Hector’s book, due out next February, is nothing but a lame attempt to. Male high school students reported the frequency and maximum quantity of their alcohol consumption and estimated the drinking behaviors of their same-age male peers.
Consistent with past research on pluralistic ignorance and drinking that has utilized more proximal peer comparison groups, participan. Fallacies in Advertising According to Bassham et al. (), a logical fallacy is “an argument that contains a mistake in reasoning” (p. There are two types of logical fallacies, fallacies of relevance, and fallacies of insufficient evidence.
Fallacies of relevance happen when the premises are not logically relevant to the conclusion. Affective fallacy, according to the followers of New Criticism, the misconception that arises from judging a poem by the emotional effect that it produces in the concept of affective fallacy is a direct attack on impressionistic criticism, which argues that the reader’s response to a poem is the ultimate indication of its value.
Those who support the affective criterion for. The fallacy of the short run. In a sense, this fallacy is a summary of the previous five. Some actions seem beneficial in the short run but produce disaster in the long run: drinking excessively, driving fast, spending blindly, and printing money, to name a few.
On this page we review the most common logical fallacies. Common Fallacies Ad Hominem. An Ad Hominem argument (from Latin for to the man) is a direct attack on the character and ethos of a person. Instead of dealing with the issue or idea, the speaker questions the credibility of the source.
“Applying logic to potentially illogical behaviour is to construct a house on shifting foundations. tags: foundations, illogical, illogical-incoherent, logic, logical-fallacies, logical-fallacy, logical-thinking, had published The Reign of Law, a book that Darwin found deeply annoying.
A supporter of Richard Owen, Campbell argued. This is an excerpt from The Christian Fallacy: The Real Truth about Jesus and the Early History of Christianity by Paul McGrane (RedDoor Publishing, ). Reprinted by permission from the publisher. Introduction.
I Techniques and Approach. You may ask why we need yet another book about Christianity. This fallacy has a few other names: “black-and-white fallacy,” “either-or fallacy,” “false dichotomy,” and “bifurcation fallacy.” This line of reasoning fails by limiting the options to two when there are in fact more options to choose from.
Fallacy of RelevanceNo 1 has proved once and for all that America’s atomic power workss constitute a danger to people populating in their immediate locality. Therefore. it is absolutely safe to go on to construct atomic power workss near big metropolitan centres. Ad Ignorantiam. It's a theoretical construct.
Speaking of three dimensions of space and a 'fourth dimension' of time is not a real -physical- dimension in the same way three-dimensional space is. I don't want to get into the 'curvature' of space again (at best another metaphor) -- nor do I want to keep pointing out things like when a sun's gravity curves light.
As I have argued elsewhere (see here, here, here and here), the theory of white fragility suffers from numerous flaws. First, it relies on the premise of implicit bias, despite inconclusiveness in the psychological literature on what implicit bias is (e.g.
see here) and how it relates to systemic er, it confuses objectivity with neutrality; dismisses objectivity as an.Fallacious definition, containing a fallacy; logically unsound: fallacious arguments. See more.