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Department
Modes Of Reasoning
Course
MODR 1730
Professor
macewan
Semester
Summer

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Article #1- It’s not easy being green (Karen Acton) A1: This is the first year in a decade that I won’t walk into the classroom and teach the environmental science course. (No fallacy) Article #2- Tom Harpur A1: A2: A3: A4: Article#3- A global village full of idiots (Jo/an Clayton) A1: The main problem with watching television is that it is addictive. (Fallacy of false analogy) A2: In homes with television life is stinted and limited. (Fallacy of hasty generalization) A3: A household with a TV is often passive and enslaved by the very activity of watching. A4: A house with a TV is a house of addiction. (Fallacy of slippery slope) A5: Regular exposure to TV fills the house with anxiety. A6: In contrast, life without a TV is inspiring. (Fallacy of red herring) A7: Life without a TV is active. A8: A house without a television does not have to worry that the young, im
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