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The Fallacy Files Definitions and examples, organized alphabetically. How to Detect Propaganda An introduction to 7 basic propaganda techniques. This handout requires Adobe Reader or compatible application for access. A List Of Fallacious Arguments An extensive list of logical fallacies, with explanations and examples. Logical Fallacies Definitions and examples, organized by type. Logical Fallacies Definitions, examples, and a quiz.
Summary: This resource covers using logic within writing—logical vocabulary, logical fallacies, and other types of logos-based reasoning. Contributors: Ryan Weber, Allen Brizee Last Edited: 2013-03-11 10:08:50 Fallacies are common errors in reasoning that will undermine the logic of your argument.
Print version Transitions give your writing coherence. They’re like road signs, guiding readers through your thoughts. Below are some common transitions, categorized by the type of relationship they describe. While the examples within each category are similar, they are NOT interchangeable. Be sure the transition you’re using suits your meaning.
By Rachel Toor Recently I was asked by a colleague to talk to his graduate class in physical education. He invited me because he had read some of my work—on being an athlete, on gender and body issues—but mostly, I suspect, because I was around and available. They were a lively group of students, and we chatted for an hour, discussing topics we were all interested in. They asked smart questions. When we were wrapping up, I asked them a question: "What is your relationship to reading and writing?"