Categorical Proposition

Categorical Proposition

a premise some form of the very point

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Question 1Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAccepting an unsuitable practice because doing so follows an accepted way of doing things.Select one:a. Irrelevant Reasonb. Worldviewc. Traditional Wisdomd. Categorical PropositionQuestion 2Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textA way of saying something that literally says one thing though the intended meaning is something else, usually opposite to its literal meaning.Select one:a. Analogyb. Ironyc. Tokenismd. PufferyQuestion 3Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe positive or negative overtones of a word or expression.Select one:a. Compositionb. Denialc. Emotive Meaningd. Biased StatisticsQuestion 4Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe fallacy in which a wrong is justified on the grounds that lots or most others do that sort of thing.Select one:a. Irrelevant Reasonb. Ad Hominem Attackc. Suppressed Evidenced. Common PracticeQuestion 5Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textA reason offered in support of an argument’s conclusion.Select one:a. Worldviewb. Categorical Propositionc. Premised. EquivocationQuestion 6Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe predicate of the conclusion of a syllogism.Select one:a. Tokenismb. Compositionc. Major Termd. Questionable PremiseQuestion 7Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textTo attempt to take advantage of the failure of one’s opponent to cross every t and dot every i, to spell out what should be taken for granted.Select one:a. Appeal to Authorityb. Provincialismc. Questionable Caused. QuibbleQuestion 8Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textGeneralized, vague, or exaggerated claims, particularly when asserted humorouslySelect one:a. Concatenated Reasoningb. Claimc. Slantingd. PufferyQuestion 9Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textA questionable analogy.Select one:a. Moodb. Faulty Comparisonc. Delusiond. PremiseQuestion 10Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe tendency to keep our beliefs, and thus our actions, within the bounds of what society as a whole will accept.Select one:a. Claimb. Biased Statisticsc. Herd Instinctd. Irrelevant ReasonQuestion 11Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textValid reasoning from justified premises that include all likely relevant information.Select one:a. Cogent Reasoningb. Slippery Slope Reasoningc. Rationalizationd. Higher Level InductionsQuestion 12Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textThe attitudes or feelings expressed by a passage.Select one:a. Formb. Questionable Causec. Essayd. ToneQuestion 13Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textAssuming as a premise some form of the very point that is at issue – the conclusion we intend to prove.Select one:a. Begging the Questionb. Biased Statisticsc. Questionable Analogyd. Suppressed EvidenceQuestion 14Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textA word that appears to make little or no change in a passage while in fact sucking out most of its content.Select one:a. Delusionb. Suppressionc. Weasel Wordd. CompositionQuestion 15Not yet answeredMarked out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textA strong belief held despite strong evidence invalidating it.Select one:a. Common Practice