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> Let me teach you Logical Thinking and Fallacies, to debunk False Arguments

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SUSlowya
post Aug 13 2021, 05:26 PM

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QUOTE(jojojoget @ Aug 13 2021, 05:18 PM)
Hmmm I still don't get this example though. The person is making a claim that if the DG wasn't there the cases would be higher. You can ask for justification of this claim but it isn't begging the question. It would be begging the question if he said "The DG is great because he's doing a good job". Am I just confused?
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there is a beginning self provided assumption (fake cause) in the statement itself to justify the following claim (effect).

on second look, it seems to be Slippery Slope.

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