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1. Choose an experience from your life. Analyze this experience using the three-tiered model. The three-tiered model of thinking are:a.) Experience- is the first level of thinking. Experience goes beyond the 5 levels of senses. We notice certain events happening, we observe different feelings within ourselves, we have certain intuitions, and we receive information about the world by reading or hearing about the experience of others.
b.) Interpretation- involves trying to make sense of our experience. This level if thinking includes individual interpretation of experience as well as collective of cultural interpretations.
c.) Analysis- people often blend fact and opinion. It is important, therefore to learn to distinguish between the two. By learning how to critically analyze our worldview we can break the vicious cycle we just described.
a) Name some of your healthy coping mechanisms.
b) What can you do to strengthen these?
3. Choose from these fallacies:
1. Equivocation2. Appeal to force3. Abusive4. Circumstantial 5. Hasty generalization6. Ignorance
(a) Which fallacy are you most likely to use in a discussion about a moral issue?
(b) Give an example of a time you used this fallacy.
(c) What fallacy are you most likely to fall for in a discussion about a moral issue?
(d) Give an example of a time this fallacy was used on you.
(e) Discuss strategies you might use to make yourself less prone to using or falling for these particular fallacies