CRT 205 chapter_6__more_fallacies_quiz_ii

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Chapter 6 More Fallacies Quiz II More Fallacies Quiz II(See related pages)Results ReporterOut of 27 questions, you answered 27 correctly with a final grade of 100%27 correct (100%)0 incorrect (0%)0 unanswered (0%)Your Results:The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . Top of Form1 CORRECTFrom the list below, select the name of the rhetorical device that attacks the arguer instead of the argument.A) Slippery slopeB) Begging the questionC) False dilemmaD) Ad hominemE) Burden of proofF) Straw manFeedback: When analyzing an argument, the internal claims—premises—are fair game for attack. The qualities of the person making the argument are not fair game because they aren't pertinent to the argument itself.2 CORRECTFrom the list below, select the name of the rhetorical device that unfairly places the onus of providing evidence for a position on the wrong side of an issue.A) Slippery slopeB) Begging the questionC) False dilemmaD) Ad hominemE) Burden of proofF) Straw manFeedback: There are three main categories that provide reasonable grounds for putting the burden of proof on one side of an issue rather than the other. They are: initial plausibility (the less initial plausibility a claim has, the greater the burden of proof rests on the person who asserts that claim), affirmative/negative (we usually want to hear reasons

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