Ethos & Pathos
Logos
Fallacies
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100

The primary goal of emotional appeals in an argument

What is: to influence the audience's emotions? 

100

The 2 main components of Logos

What are Evidence and Logic?

100

Identify this fallacy:

"Get the new Iphone. Everyone's buying it!"

What is a Bandwagon Appeal?

100

WILD CARD: The age I will be after this month

What is 26?

200
Ethos consists of these 2 key elements

What are Authority and Character? (Credibility and Reputation, etc.)

200

Logical reasoning that draws on numerous pieces of evidence to support a conclusion.

What is Inductive Reasoning?

200

Identify this fallacy:

"If you want to be successful, go to college or get a job."

What is an Either/Or Choice? (Also accept False Dilemma)

200

The color of the winning team's Gatorade in the Super Bowl

What is Purple?

300

Sharing a personal experience is an attempt to find this with an audience

What is Common Ground?

300

This logical structure claims that a solution used before should be used again.

What is Precedent?

300

Identify this fallacy:

"My English teacher says the economy is going to crash. He knows because he has a PhD."

What is an Appeal to False Authority?

300

The 4 elements of a Rhetorical Situation

What are: Writer, Context, Audience, Argument?

400

Name 2 ways a writer can establish their authority

What is: Experience, Education, Title, etc. 

400

The technical term for a kind of deductive reasoning that depends on an audience's agreement with implicit assumptions.

What is an Enthymeme?

400

Identify this fallacy:

"Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason."

What is a Faulty Analogy?

400

This person is often refered to as the "inventor" of rhetoric

Who is Aristotle?

500

Name 2 ways a writer can establish credibility and trustworthiness

What is: Transparency, Humor, Evidence, Personal Experiences, Opposing Viewpoints, etc.

500

The technical word for this classic example of logic:

All human beings are mortal.

Socrates is a human being.

Therefore, Socrates is mortal.

What is a Syllogism?

500

Identify the fallacy:

"San Francisco lost the Super Bowl because Usher had a bad performance."

What is Faulty Causality? (Post Hoc or Ergo Propter Hoc)

500

An argument consists of these 3 things

What is: a claim, reasons, and evidence?

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