Saturday, November 25, 2006

Avoiding Faulty Logic

In preparing your debates, it is important not to use faulty logic. You will also want to be sure that your opponents are not using faulty logic. If you detect faulty thinking in your opponents' arguments, you should feel free to point it out during the debate.

To help you review the types of Faulty Logic we discussed in class, take a look at these slides.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really like your PowerPoint presentation. Is it okay if I link to the Bubbleshare site for my students? They will be debating in a few weeks.

9:09 PM  
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