1. You should read this book. Everybody likes it so it must be good maycommit
which fallacy? (Points : 1)
Appeal to pity
Appeal to popularity
Appeal to parenthood
Argumentum ad librum
2. A student asks a teacherfor a one day extension. The teacher says if she gives aone dayextension, then she would have to give a two day extension, then athree day extension
and eventually not have any deadlines. This mightbe an example of the (Points : 1)
appeal to popularity fallacy.
slippery slope fallacy.
Considering the effects of diversification, Sarah should advise me to not invest 100 percent of my 401 (k) account in East Coast Yachts Stock. There are several reasons as to why Sarah should suggest that I invest my 401 (k) differently than I have proposed. The number one reason for me to invest differently is due to the high risk that I would be taking by investing 100 percent of my retirement plan in company stock. While Sarah would not discount my desire to hold company stock, she should rather suggest that I limit the amount of company stock in my 401 (k) to 10 to 20 percent rather [...]
It’s Not Midnight!
The case between Demetrious, Hanni and Sacred Grounds, does not only bring up the issue of assault, but also broaches the subject of when and if employers are responsible for the actions for their employees. Despite the fact that the owners of Sacred Grounds were not present in the shop to directly influence Hanni’s behavior, the concept of vicarious liability could still hold them liable.
In order to determine whether the owners of Sacred Grounds are responsible for Hanni’s actions through vicarious liability, [...]