Fallacies of Composition and Divison 
Fallacies of Composition and Divison
by ReasonIO
Video Lecture 9 of 24
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Date Added: April 14, 2016

Lecture Description

In this lecture from his Fayetteville State University Critical Thinking class, Dr. Sadler discusses and gives examples of the closely related fallacies of Composition and Division. He also discusses what characteristics make these fallacies, and instances when arguments which move from wholes to parts of vice versa are not fallacies.

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Course Description

This is a series of 24 lectures from Dr. Sadler's Critical Thinking classes at Fayetteville State University, taught in Spring 2011. The textbook used was Moore And Parker's Critical Thinking 9th Ed.


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