Each of the following passages may be plausibly criticized by some who conclude that it contains a

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Each of the following passages may be plausibly criticized by some who conclude that it contains a fallacy, but each may be defended by some who deny that the argument is fallacious. Discuss the merits of the argument in each passage, and explain why you conclude that it does (or does not) contain a fallacy.


Seeing that eye and hand and foot and every one of our members has some obvious function, must we not believe that in like manner a human being has a function over and above these particular functions?

—Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics

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Introduction To Logic

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Authors: Irving M. Copi, Carl Cohen, Victor Rodych

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