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Critical Thinking TutorialNov12.docx

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Social Sciences and Humanities
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SSH 105
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Andrew Hunter

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Critical Thinking Tutorial – November 12,2012 Strawman Argument Distorting, oversimplifying, weakening Taking a argument and messing it up, over simplifying it, interoperating its meaning in a negative matter One argument two versions of it, an interpretation Composition: what is true of the parts is true of the whole Division: what is true of the whole is true of the parts Equivocation: 1) If you drink and drive you should go to jail 2) Janet dran
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