Rhetoric Fallacy

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When considering a logical argument, I will make the consideration whether I can logically argue the topic without making a rhetorical fallacy. There, in my opinion, is no point to trying to argue a topic if the person knows that they will have no reasoning to back up their opinion, thus they have to commit fallacies. To make a "fallacy-less" logical argument I would try to stick to the facts that can prove why I was right on that topic, instead of appealing to emotions. McInerny warned us in Being Logical about the dangers of what can happen when someone appeals to the emotions instead of using logical, rhetorical strategies, "It is particularly important to note that fallacious reasoning can often be very persuasive, sometimes more so than
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