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Appeal to Ignorance (ad Ignorantium) The appeal to ignorance fallacy takes the form of: There is no (or insufficient) evidence establishing that x is false. Therefore: x is true. ), which I developed, there has not been one published study showing that it fails to work or that it has ever harmed a patient. ” Logical Fallacies in Ethical Reasoning 21 4. Argument to Logic (Argumentum ad Logicam) The argument to logic fallacy takes the form of assuming that a proposition must be false because an argument offered in support of that proposition was fallacious.
Example: “I have been accused of using an ad hominem approach in trying to defend my research. But those who attack me and my research are also using ad hominem. ” LANGUAGE Language shapes the way we experience the world. What we call things matters. An executive director hesitates to fire therapists who helped found a clinic and remained loyal through the lean years. Can she push these colleagues out the door and cut off their income just to raise profits by hiring less qualified therapists as independent contractors for lower pay?
467) and emphasized that “the transference especially . . is a dangerous instrument. . If a knife will not cut, neither will it serve a surgeon” (p. 471). Recognizing and respecting the potential harm that could result from psychotherapy was, according to Freud (1963), essential: It is grossly to undervalue both the origins and the practical significance of the psychoneuroses to suppose that these disorders are to be removed by pottering about with a few harmless remedies. . . Psychoanalysis .