Ashford PHI 103 PHI103 Week 4 Quiz Answers (NEW)

Ashford PHI 103 PHI103 Week 4 Quiz Answers (NEW)

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PHI103 Week 4 Quiz NEW

  1. “My husband snores. All men must snore.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  2. “It’s obvious that your position is false.” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  3. Which of the following is probably the most credible source about a historical event?
  4. “This hospital has had a few cases of negative patient outcomes.” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  5. “Why do I believe aliens exist? What’s your reason for not believing they do?” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  6. Chapter 8 lists several ways that the media can deliberately mislead us. Which of the following is not one of the ways mentioned in the chapter?
  7. “That 1985 Datsun has seen better days, hasn’t it?” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  8. Which of the following contains a proof surrogate?
  9. “I am not going to use personal politics against my opponent, but at least with me you get someone with good family values!” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  10. “Watch out for that badger! They have really sharp teeth and nasty dispositions.” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  11. According to Chapter 8, which of the following is not one of ways in which messages are manipulated?
  12. “Bob is a convicted felon. So what he says cannot be true.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  13. “She is opposed to capital punishment. She must think that murder should be allowed.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  14. “Julie started carrying a rabbit’s foot, and then she won the lottery.” Assuming that the rabbit’s foot caused Julie to win the lottery commits which of the following fallacies?
  15. “I bought a pair of shoes from that store, and they immediately fell apart. That store’s shoes are no good.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  16. When the subject or direction or topic of the argument is changed, then we have an instance of which kind of fallacy?
  17. “Capital punishment is wrong because we shouldn’t kill people even if they are criminals.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?
  18. “Studies show that I am right.” This statement employs which of the following rhetorical devices?
  19. “Hitler’s argument about the superiority of the Aryan race is wrong because he is an anti-Semitic racist.” This is an instance of this kind of fallacy.
  20. “Both times I went to that park there were shady characters sitting around in the park. I don’t trust anyone in that park.” This statement commits which of the following fallacies?

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