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Logical Fallacies: Arguments, Reasoning, and the Fallacy
Fallacies are defects in an argument that cause it to be invalid, unsound, or weak. In a deductive argument, the existence of a fallacy means that the argument is ...
What is a Fallacy? Understanding Defective Arguments
Fallacies can be separated into two general groups: formal and informal. A formal fallacy is a defect which can be identified merely by looking at the logical ...
Logical Fallacies: Alphabetical Index
Logical Fallacies FAQ - what sorts of fallacies are there and how do they work? This is an alphabetical index of all the fallacies cataloged and explained on this ...
Top 12 Logical Fallacies - Examples and Discussions
For those who need a little refresher, here are 12 of the most common informal logical fallacies.
Logical Fallacy: Definition and Examples of Informal Fallacies
Clinical psychologist Rian McMullin expands this definition: "Logical fallacies are unsubstantiated assertions that are often delivered with a conviction that ...
Fallacy - Definition and Examples of Logical Fallacies
Typically, bad reasoning is characterized by falling into one or more of the classically compiled logical fallacies. A logical fallacy is simply a failure of logic.
Ad Hominem - Definition and Examples - Grammar & Composition
... rather than on the merits of the case; a logical fallacy that involves a personal ... The 12 Most Common Logical Fallacies · 101 Terms to Know Before Taking ...
Definition of Name-Calling - Logical Fallacies
A fallacy that uses emotionally loaded terms to influence an audience.
poisoning the well - definition and examples - logical fallacies
Poisoning the well is a logical fallacy in which a person attempts to place an opponent in a position from which he or she is unable to reply.
Non Sequitur - Definition and Examples - Grammar & Composition
"The difference between the post hoc and the non sequitur fallacies is that, whereas ... in the non sequitur fallacy, the error is due to lack of a logical connection.
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