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Propaganda Bias And Fallacy Detector

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Not everything you read is true. There are some people out there who want to control your mind, move you like a puppet and have you do as they say. If this happens, are you living your own life? Are you in charge of what you think? Or is someone else doing the thinking for you? If you want to avoid this, use this prompt made by a master speechwriter to identify any propaganda, biases or disingenuous reporting for you and then explain how it works, so you're always aware of the facts.
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
191 ($0.00570 / call)
Example input
Using the [_____] method, explain how this text is liable to be influencing me from knowing factual information.
Example output
IMPORTANT: PromptBase does not currently show tables. The information below is organised by bulletpoint, but the prompt can provide answers in a tabled format to improve readability. Logical Fallacies: • Ad hominem: attacking the person instead of the argument • Slippery slope: suggesting that one event will lead to a chain reaction of negative consequences • False dilemma: presenting a situation as having only two options, when there are more • Hasty generalization: making a generalization based on insufficient evidence • False cause: asserting that one thing caused another, without sufficient evidence Malicious Rhetoric: • Using derogatory language and belittling tone to discredit and undermine the subject • Framing the narrative in a way that supports one's own biases and prejudices Metaphors: • Using metaphors to illustrate a point, often in a way that is emotionally charged and manipulative • Portraying a complex issue or situation in simplistic and misleading terms Propaganda: • Using selective and biased information to influence the reader's opinions and beliefs • Presenting a one-sided view of a complex issue or situation, often with the intention of manipulating the reader's emotions and biases Examples of methods and their effects: Ad hominem: "They have claimed that the Press – which in fact greeted their union with rapture, and made Meghan into a heroine – has been consistently sneering at them." Effect on reporting the truth: This statement does not address the validity of the couple's claims about the press, but instead attacks their character and motives. It deflects attention from the issue at hand and undermines the credibility of the couple's statements. Potential to create bias in the reader: By portraying the couple as dishonest and manipulative, this statement is likely to create bias against them in the reader. Neutral statement: "The couple has made claims about negative treatment by the press." Slippery slope: "Their very presence will threaten to upstage the King himself...Television directors and newspaper editors would not be human if they did not see the massive potential offered by the couple's presence at such a global blockbuster of an event." Effect on reporting the truth: This statement presents a chain reaction of negative consequences that is not supported by evidence. It is an assumption, not a fact. Potential to create bias in the reader: By portraying the couple's presence as a threat and predicting negative consequences, this statement is likely to create bias against them in the reader. Neutral statement: "The couple's attendance at the event is likely to generate media attention." False dilemma: "Had they not been offered an olive branch, Oprah Winfrey & Co would have seen it as the ultimate insult by the Royal Family...the British Establishment was anti-American, snobbish and racist – the only possible reasons, in Prince Harry's universe, for anyone finding his egomaniac wife a pain in the neck." Effect on reporting the truth: This statement presents a situation as having only two options, when there are more. It oversimplifies the issue and ignores other possible reasons for the couple's negative treatment. Potential to create bias in the reader: By presenting a false dilemma and portraying the couple's critics as biased and unfair, this statement is likely to create bias in favor of the couple in the reader. Neutral statement: "The couple's treatment by the Royal Family has been a source of controversy and debate." Hasty generalization: "They have spent the last three years rubbishing not only Harry's nearest and dearest but the very idea of Royalty." Effect on reporting the truth: This statement makes a generalization based on insufficient evidence. It does not provide specific examples or evidence to support the claim. Potential to create bias in the reader: By making a sweeping generalization about the couple's behavior, this statement is likely to create bias against them in the reader. Neutral statement: "The couple has been critical of the royal institution."
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