CRT/205 critical thinking

posted by .

"It should not surprise us that, with the attacks on traditional morality of the past thirty years, adoption--a traditional answer to unwanted pregnancies--would come under attack also."

My question is: Is this a slippery slope fallacy?

  • CRT/205 critical thinking -

    yes. The small wedge of untruth was: the attacks on... which then leads to the great untruth about adoption.

  • CRT/205 critical thinking -

    Thank you!!!!

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. CRITICAL THINKING (AXIA) CRT/205

    I am having trouble finding Appendix 1 so that I can complete my assinment and answer the questions to this artical Controlling Irrational Fears After 9/11
  2. English

    How can we share Korean traditions? 1. We can make traditional tteok, rice cake, with our classmates. 2. We can make traditional kites in our classroom. 3. We can make traditional Korean dress at home. 4. We can play traditional Korean
  3. crt 205

    In the future how will critical thinking influence the ways that you: a) Read?
  4. CRT/205

    How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and writer?
  5. CRT 205

    Your critical thinking analysis will possibly change the way some of your past communication could have been expressed differently.
  6. CRT 205

    My question is that I need to choose three fallacies Ad Hominen/Genetic Fallacy, Wishful Thinking, Argument from Popularity, Hasty Generalizing, Argument from Outrage, Straw man. Post Hoc, Red Herring/Smokescreen. Group Think Fallacy, …
  7. college

    crt 205 Week 6 DQ 2 critical thinking text
  8. CRT/205

    what is the premises and the conclusion of this argument?
  9. CRT/205

    CRITICAL THINKING CHECKPOINT 2
  10. Logical Fallacies

    SECTION A Please respond to ALL FOUR questions in this section. Be sure to include a 1-2 sentence explanation of your answer (i.e., why is that the correct answer), not just the letter of your choice. 1.) I should get an ‘A’ in …

More Similar Questions