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College Rhetoric and Propaganda
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
What form of argument follows the model of "If A, then B. If B, then C. Therefore, A=C?"
  1. Chain Argument
  2. Modus tollens
  3. Modus ponens
  4. Affirming the Consequent
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
                   is converting unwanted feelings into their opposite.
  1. Reaction Formation
  2. Displacement
  3. Repression
  4. Rationalization
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
A legal decision that sets a pattern, or establishes a principle or rule, that a court adopts when deciding later cases that have similar issues or facts.
  1. direct biblical instruction
  2. legal precedent
  3. indirect biblical instruction
  4. illegitimate appeal to authority
College Rhetoric and Propaganda
When someone refers to "authority" in a rhetorical context, what do they mean?
  1. statistics
  2. proverbs
  3. expert opinions
  4. police officers
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