- Posts: 35
- Joined: May 25, 2023
My understanding of this question is that the commentator makes two separate arguments, which are both excellent arguments independently. However, when we combine them together, there is an issue. The first argument tries to prove that R's opinion column has a polarizing effect, but the second argument is simply talking about R's motive. Thus, the flaw is that the commentator cannot make the second argument because it is not part of a bigger idea. I am not sure if my understanding is correct or not?
Also, are there any similar questions or examples you could give to help me better understand this kind of flaw? I am not sure if I could identify the flaw in a different example.