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One rich source of fallacies is the media: television, radio, magazines, and the Internet. The arguments you experience in your daily life (work, family, shopping) are another source of fallacies. Identify three distinct informal logical fallacies you have experienced in the media or in your life. Explain how the fallacies were used and the context in which they occurred. Then, explain what the person presenting the fallacy should have done to ensure that he or she was not committing a logical error.




 500 words and three other references










Adobe. (2012, Oct. 24). The Slap [Video file]. Retrieved from

  • This commercial presents students with a specific logical fallacy example. Transcript.
  1. Dunning, B. (2013). Logical Fallacies 2 [Video file]. Retrieved from

    • This video demonstrates multiple informal logical fallacies that the students will examine during this week. Transcript.
  2. TheHtownusa. (2011, March 31). The fallacy project: Examples of fallacies from advertising, politics, and popular culture [Video file]. Retrieved from

  3. UnlimitedProductions. (2006, Oct. 30). Monty Python – The Annoying Peasant [Video file]. Retrieved from

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