BEING WRONG 2
BEING WRONG 2
STUDENT NOTES


BEING WRONG 2

Two ways of being wrong in an argument, exaggerate and missing out, were examined in the previous lesson.

The remaining two ways of being wrong are mistake and prejudice.

MISTAKE - Genuine mistakes can take several forms:

1. Getting a fact wrong: The moon is 500,000 miles from the earth. (actually it is 250,000 miles)

2. Mistake in recognition or identification: Those cows are Friesian cows. (when they are really Herefords)

3. Wrong interpretation of opponent's argument: You are in favour of

 


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