Critical Thinking Essay 3: Thinking with Our Eyes: The Power of an Image to Encourage Faulty Deductive Thinking a False

Critical Thinking Essay 3: Thinking with Our Eyes: The Power of an Image to Encourage Faulty Deductive Thinking & a False Ethos – 1,500 Words/120 Points – Thursday and Sunday Due Dates!
How Time Picks Person of the Year
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ADOLF HITLER
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Adolf Hitler, Time, March 13, 1933 | Vol. XXI No. 11
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Iconic
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A Boy (Man) and His Dog
(Cover Story: Germany: National Revolution)
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OVERVIEW
DISCUSSION RUBRIC
REQUIREMENTS
More Information: Timothy Snyders 2017 book On Tyranny
Part 1: Due Thursday by 11:59 PM (100 Points)
1.
On the Internet, research evidence about what kind of leader Adolf Hitler was before and up to March 13,1933, when Time put him on its cover–in an artists rendering–sitting in a garden with a dog, dressed in a casual Schutzstaffel (SS) uniform.
Helpful Sources
The Nazi Party
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Mein Kampf
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2. In 1,000 words (four pages), argue A, B or C.
A.
The 1933 Time cover of Hitler with a dog in a garden was irresponsible and dangerously misleading news coverage of Hitler on the part of Time, encouraging faulty deductive reasoning (a faulty syllogism
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The explanation of Time about why it features infamous people on its covers
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Thus, the 1933 cover, in particular, shows that Time is in direct opposition to these four lessons from Timothy Snyders 2017 book On Tyranny: Take responsibility for the face of the world, Stand out, Believe in truth, and Be as courageous as you can.
More Information: On Tyranny
Quoting:
The explanation of Time about why it features infamous people on its covers
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B.
The explanation of Time about why it features infamous people on its covers
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Quoting:
Snyders On Tyranny and the explanation of Time about why it features infamous people on its covers
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More Information: On Tyranny
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C.
Arguing about whether or not the Time cover of Hitler was ethical reporting, and using deductive reasoning and Snyders lessons in On Tyranny to prove or disprove this point, makes your teacher guilty of the false dilemma fallacy,
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If so, explain how your teacher is stopping you from thinking more creatively; provide concrete examples.
In what other ways should you be thinking about the 1933 cover of Hitler?
Are there questions you should be asking about the 1933 cover that assignment directions A or B preclude you from asking?
Quoting:
Snyders On Tyranny, source for false dilemma fallacy, and assignment directions.
More Information: On Tyranny
Part 2:
Due Sunday by 11:59 PM (20 Points)
Respond to four of your peers postings; write 125 words (a half-page) for each response, for a total of 500 words (two pages).
How should you respond?
Compare your peers thinking regarding this assignment to your own thinking; agree or disagree with how they think, and provide logical reasons as to why, but be respectful, compassionate and courteous.
And … if someone evaluates your work, respond!

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