Thursday, August 14, 2014

WHAT IS A LOGICAL FALLACY?


Currently, as written material of all sorts proliferates thanks to the internet, articles, editorials, essays, blog posts, videos flood our computers and vie for attention.  It would be sensible, therefore, to remind ourselves what a logical fallacy is. Once you have refreshed your memory by doing your research, you will find that there are plenty of examples to choose from in the modern world. Use the links below to do your research and write an essay in which you explain clearly what a logical fallacy is.
This task has been prepared in its entirety by Abdülvahit Gezer to whom we owe thanks
Familiarize yourself with the issue:
·         “Logical Fallacies” http://prezi.com/maanzmvstcqw/logical-fallacies/
·         “Logical Fallacies” http://prezi.com/yadj3tgyhwyy/logical-fallacies/
Listen and follow:
·         “Common logical fallacies” http://prezi.com/yz4wcilzdj_w/common-logical-fallacies/ 
Reading material to annotate:
·         “Introduction to argument: Structure of a Logical Argument” http://www.theskepticsguide.org/resources/logical-fallacies
·         “Logical Fallacies” http://www.logicalfallacies.info/
Video to watch and make notes on:

·         “Logical Fallacies with Doctor Michael Labossiere” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhhJAGjBIEw

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