Title: Fallacy

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Stephen R
Date: December 26, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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First, there is an attack against the character of the person making the claim. Second, the attack is taken to be evidence against the claim or argument the person in question is making. This type of argument has the following form: 1. Person A makes Claim X. 2. Person B makes an attack on person A...

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Person A makes Claim X. 2. Person B makes an attack on person A. 3. Therefore A's claim is false. An example of an Ad Hominem Fallacy is: Bill: "I believe that abortion is morally wrong." Dave: " Of course you would say that, you're a priest." Bill: "What about the arguments I gave to support my position?" Dave: "Those don't count...

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