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Generally, logical fallacies can be placed into three categories. The three categories include, material fallacies, verbal fallacies, and fallacies of relevance (Sahakian & Sahakian). When someone is presenting a possible argument they use both premises and presuppositions. Premises are considered to be the starting points of a possible argument and can be proven, on the other hand presuppositions are considered to be the assumptions that can not be proved or disproved. In order to really to understand what a fallacy is, you must understand that an argument has one conclusion and one or more premises. Presuppositions are considered to be inevitable due to human bias (Chittick). Because presuppositions cannot be proved or disproved, they have to be taken on a faith bases. It is important to have the ability to identify the presuppositions because you must distinguish them from the premises (Richardson).…
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