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Logical Fallacies: Affirming the Consequent, Analogy,

briefly describes the affirming the consequent and argument from analogy fallacies
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Affirming the Consequent The affirming the consequent fallacy represents an invalid formof the conditional argument The conditional argument begins with an if-then statement i e If LeBron James stays healthy then the Cavs willwin the championship These statements have two parts the antecedent or if clause and the consequent or then clause A valid conditionalargument takes one of two forms The first form-affirming the antecedentor modus ponens-occurs when the truth of the antecedent is used to concludethe truth of the consequent In

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