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The "Straw Man" Fallacy

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Uploaded on Nov 17, 2009

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This is a sample video from a video tutorial course titled "Fallacies", which you can preview and purchase at the link above.

Part 1: Introduction
1.1 What is a fallacy?
1.2 Categorizing fallacies: pros and cons
1.3 The rules of rational argumentation

Part 2: Some Important Content Fallacies
2.1 Ad hominem (abusive)
2.2 Ad hominem (guilt by association)
2.3 Appeal to hypocrisy (tu quoque))
2.4 Appeal to popular belief (or practice)
2.5 Appeal to authority
2.6 False dilemma
2.7 Slippery slope

Part 3: Fallacies that Violate the Rules of Rational Argumentation
3.1 Straw figure
3.2 Red herring
3.3 Begging the question (narrow sense)
3.4 Begging the question (broad sense)

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