Identifying Deductive & Inductive Fallacies

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Fallacy refers to mistakes contained in an argument which denotes contradiction of the logic rules of the statement. Fallacies are divided into deductive and inductive fallacies. Inductive fallacy refers to an argument whereby premises offer some truth of inference and they are neither true nor false. Deductive fallacies are fallacies whereby the premise is not valid and the conclusions are always false but support the premise argument.

The paper   discusses circular fallacy in the above advertisement; good without God? The advertisement is fallacious because the census that was carried indicated that, one million kiwis were good without believing in God. In the real sense, saying that one is good without believing in God is different from saying that one can be good without God.

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