AP Lang Visual Fallacies

AP Lang Visual Fallacies
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Rylee Gregory 3E

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  • Premise: THE OLDEST CHILD IS THE MOST INTELLIGENT
  • You're the oldest, and you're smarter than me. The oldest must always be the smartest!
  • The oldest is the most intelligent because the youngest is not. The youngest is not because the oldest is.
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  • I have a lot of books, so the oldest child is the most intelligent.
  • Hasty Generalization: Drawing a general conclusion from a tiny example.
  • The three of us agree that the oldest child is the most intelligent, so it must be true!
  • Circular Reasoning: The reasoning begins with what they are trying to end with.
  • You think the youngest is the smartest, and you think it's the oldest, so it must be the middle child!
  • Non Sequitur: A conclusion that isn't aligned with previous statements or evidence.
  • Ad Populum: Uses popularity for validation.
  • Middle Ground: Assuming because two opposing viewpoints both have merit, the answer must lie somewhere in the middle.
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