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Answers are 200 words long 1) Suppose that someone argues as follows: ‘ profess

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Answers are 200 words long
1) Suppose that someone argues as follows: ‘ professor Z recommends an increase in funding for homeless shelters, but she is an elitist who spent her entire life buried in books, so nothing she says should be taken seriously’ what is the problem with this line of argument?
2) consider the following scenario. A team of scientists runs a study, looking for statistically significant correlation between the use of certain drugs by women in the presence of headaches. They find the correlation, but ultimately conclude that it is insignificant suppose that a genuine correlation between the two does exist. What kind of error has the team of scientists meat can you think of a buys that might explain the error?
3) consider the following argument: (1) Paris is the capital of France or the square root of 25 is nine. (2) the square root of 25 is not nine therefore, (3) Paris is the capital of France. On what grounds might we argue that this is a good argument on what grounds might we argue that this is not a good argument?
4) “ either there you are in favour of abolishing borders or you do not value human lives equally” what kind of fallacy is this, explain
5) neutrality is valuable in the context of reporting the news. Explain why. Braces describe a real or imagined scenario in which the aspiration toward neutrality is misunderstood.

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