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Logic and Fallacies.
Some students are tempted to cheat and some do cheat on their exams or in their course work. This defeats the purpose of college and the gaining of wisdom and knowledge. It is especially counter-productive in an ethics class.
For this assignment assume a student is tempted to cheat on an exam:
Syllogism – Create one original logical syllogism as to why they should not cheat.
You must have at least two premises that lead to the conclusion.
Your argument must flow
In bold print, identify if you have written a cogent, inductive, or sound, deductive argument.
Fallacy – Create one original illogical argument (fallacy) that could be used in a false attempt to manipulate another into believing cheating is okay.
Name and Define the fallacy you are using. If you use a subset of a fallacy define the subset.
Provide the example that fits that fallacy
Bold print the name of the fallacy.
Reflection – In one, well-written paragraph, discuss how the knowledge of logic and fallacies can help you in your career and/or life.