Deductivism and the Informal Fallacies

@article{Jacquette2007DeductivismAT,
  title={Deductivism and the Informal Fallacies},
  author={Dale Jacquette},
  journal={Argumentation},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={335-347}
}
This essay proposes and defends a general thesis concerning the nature of fallacies of reasoning. These in distinctive ways are all said to be deductively invalid. More importantly, the most accurate, complete and charitable reconstructions of these species and specimens of the informal fallacies are instructive with respect to the individual character of each distinct informal fallacy. Reconstructions of the fallacies as deductive invalidities are possible in every case, if deductivism is true… 

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