Attacking Faulty Reasoning: A Practical Guide to Fallacy-free Arguments

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Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1995 - Fallacies (Logic) - 200 pages
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Provides the most comprehensive, readable, and theoretically sound coverage on the common fallacies, and is designed to teach readers how to construct and evaluate arguments. Throughout, the focus is on helping readers recognize when they construct or encounter a good or successful argument of a particular action or belief. The whole emphasis is more upon resolving issues than on pointing out flaws in arguments.

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Contents

WHAT IS AN ARGUMENT?
4
WHAT IS A GOOD ARGUMENT?
12
WHAT IS A FALLACY?
24
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T. Edward Damer received his Ph.D. from Boston University and currently teaches at Emory and Henry College.

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