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I am not understanding this argument. It starts out by saying the criticism is against the legislation and not specific statements. It is only later on that the author says you canbe be too specific and too vague on a specific statement but the criticisms were levied on the document as a whole so I don't quite see the part-vs whole flaw. I think it is also because how I viewed the criticisms as being levied on the document as a whole I chose "D" where the only way to uphold the argument is to say that the legislation was never meant to satisfy another group (and hence, it is perfectly fine/normal/intended that both the Right and the Left 'dislike' it). Also, what is the false equalviency flaw because I looked at the strategy guide and couldn't find it. Is it the comparison flaw?

by ohthatpatrick Sun Jun 11, 2017 1:41 pm

Yeah, False Equivalency is a form of a Comparison Flaw. I'm surprised you could AVOID hearing this term during the 2016 Election cycle. As Trump and Clinton supporters berated each other for months on end, you would hear things like: A: "How can you vote for Trump. He is worst candidate Republicans have ever nominated." B: "Yes, but Hillary is also bad, so what are you gonna do!" A: "That's a false equivalency --- Hillary is not my favorite, but she is nothing like Trump." A cleaner example might be something like A: "Omigosh ... you KILLED the bank teller? We said no guns. Killing is wrong!" B: "Yes, but you were 5 mins late with the getaway car. Tardiness is also wrong, so we're even." A: "No we're not -- that's a false equivalency --- murder is MAGNITUDES more wrong than tardiness." The Part to Whole move can be seen just from the last sentence "Since [claim about ' statement '], it just goes to show that [claim about ' legislation ']"

by Yumi Kim Rush Hour Maxi Paradise Found Black Cheap Sale Huge Surprise mR7tQEF
Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:15 am

Dear forum Is the author also committing the unproven vs. untrue fallacy? it seems like the author is deriving that the legislation is [right] because critics are [wrong]
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