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Jaspreet Kaur

find out the below examples are of which type of fallacies?

1. “I’m so happy. I’m crying [but] I’m not sad, I’m so happy,” Wolter said. “You know what? God really loves me. Seriously, God loves me. Look at this, look at my family now.”

2. “I just wanted to do something good — like, you know, this year has really sucked so we all wanted to do something good,” she said.

asked on Monday, Jul 27, 2020 08:10:02 AM by Jaspreet Kaur

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Rationalissimo
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1. “I’m so happy. I’m crying [but] I’m not sad, I’m so happy,” Wolter said. “You know what? God really loves me. Seriously, God loves me. Look at this, look at my family now.”

Just a series of statements. It's not exactly an argument, so no fallacies can be committed here.

2. “I just wanted to do something good — like, you know, this year has really sucked so we all wanted to do something good,” she said.

Also no fallacies here.

answered on Monday, Jul 27, 2020 11:40:26 AM by Rationalissimo

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