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1. CheckPoint: Identifying Fallacies

• Resource: Ch. 6 End-of-Chapter Exercises and the Answers, Suggestions, and Tips for Triangle Exercises section of Critical Thinking
• Complete Exercise 6-6 on pp. 194-196 of Critical Thinking. You are not required to complete questions displaying a triangle symbol.
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    identify any example of fallacies in the following passages. tell why you think this are fallacies, and identify which category they belong in.


    Some christians and other groups are portesting against the placing, on federal property near the white house, of a set of plastic figurines representing a devout Jewish family in ancient Judaea. The protestors would of course deny that they are driven by any anti-semitic motivation. Still, we wonder: would they raise the same oblsections(of unconstitutionality, etc.) if the scene depicted a modern, secularized Gentile family?

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