The LSAT Logic Games Questions We Love to Hate. Some types of Logic Games questions occur less frequently than the big three, but are still common enough that you should make time for them when choosing LSAT Logic Games practice questions. Two of the most common are Determines Positions questions and Equivalent Rule questions. The book's first half builds a solid foundation by defining logic, then touches on key logic concepts, and then finally teaches 35 informal fallacies, divided by type: presumption, ambiguity, and relevance. Assignments include worksheets, assessments, and learning vocabulary using index cards.
The practice of supposing something exists or assuming something is true without sufficient study or proof. One must go to the Bible to obtain doctrine not to sustain it. 3. Wishful thinking. To wish so strongly for something to be true that one comes to firmly believe that it is true. 4. Generalization.