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Philosophy 2306

Informal Logical Fallacies

1. ___D__Intimidation

2. __T___Equivocation

3. ___B__Generalization

4. __V___Misplaced Accent/ Red Herring

5. __W___Composition

6. _F____Appeal to False Authority

7. ___N_Novelty

8. ___P__Slippery Slope

9. __E__Bandwagon

10. __H___Exception to the Rule

11. __K___Complex Question

12. _L____Appeal to Ignorance

13. ___M__False Dilemma / Either/or

14. __O___Antiquity

15. __Q___False Analogy

16. __R___Small Sample / Hasty Conclusion / Biased Statistic

17. _S____Guilt by Association

18. __A___ad hominim

19. ___C__Stereotype

20. __I___Begging the Question

A. Attack on the person making a claim rather than on their claim itselfB. Occurs when inadequate number of experiences is broaden to include all experiences of the same typeC. Claiming that what someone says or does is wrong because of some accidental feature of the person himselfD. Occurs when force or coercion is used as the tool in an argumentE. Appealing to the passions and emotions rather than reason; everyone else is doing it ? so should you: a variety ? peer pressureF. Appeals to an unqualified expert or irrelevant authority ? a spokespersonG. Confusing something for a cause because it occurs before the effectH. When, in a specific situation, a condition makes the occurrence an exception to a general ruleI. Occurs when the conclusion to an argument is present in the premises/reasons.J. Directs attention away from the evidence by arousing pity or sympathyK. Posing a question base on an unasked questionL. Affirms the truth of something on the basis of lack of evidence to the contraryM. The reduction of choices to just two (or a few)N. Just because something is ol it is good or betterO. Just because something is new it is good or betterP. If one thing goes wrong then many other things will go wrongQ. Comparing two things that should not be comparedR. Drawing a conclusion or believing something from too few instancesS. Believing a person is wrong because he was at the wrong time and placeT. Occurs when a word changes meaning in the course of an argumentU. Involves an ambiguous grammatical constructionV. Emphasizing the wrong thing, word, or phrase to mislead observer or the readerW. Attributing characteristics of parts to the whole


Philosophy 2306

 


 

Informal Logical Fallacies

 


 

1. ___D__Intimidation

 


 

2. __T___Equivocation

 


 

3. ___B__Generalization

 


 

4. __V___Misplaced Accent/ Red Herring

 


 

5. __W___Composition

 


 

6. _F____Appeal to False Authority

 


 

7. ___N_Novelty

 


 

8. ___P__Slippery Slope

 

9. __E__Bandwagon

 


 

10. __H___Exception to the Rule

 


 

11. __K___Complex Question

 


 

12. _L____Appeal to Ignorance

 


 

13. ___M__False Dilemma / Either/or

 


 

14. __O___Antiquity

 


 

15. __Q___False Analogy

 


 

16. __R___Small Sample / Hasty Conclusion / Biased Statistic

 


 

17. _S____Guilt by Association

 


 

18. __A___ad hominim

 


 

19. ___C__Stereotype

 

20. __I___Begging the Question

 


 

A. Attack on the person making a claim rather than on their claim itself

 

B. Occurs when inadequate number of experiences is broaden to include all

 

experiences of the same type

 

C. Claiming that what someone says or does is wrong because of some

 

accidental feature of the person himself

 

D. Occurs when force or coercion is used as the tool in an argument

 


 

E. Appealing to the passions and emotions rather than reason; everyone else is

 

doing it ? so should you: a variety ? peer pressure

 

F. Appeals to an unqualified expert or irrelevant authority ? a spokesperson

 

G. Confusing something for a cause because it occurs before the effect

 

H. When, in a specific situation, a condition makes the occurrence an exception

 

to a general rule

 

I. Occurs when the conclusion to an argument is present in the premises/reasons.

 

J. Directs attention away from the evidence by arousing pity or sympathy

 

K. Posing a question base on an unasked question

 

L. Affirms the truth of something on the basis of lack of evidence to the contrary

 

M. The reduction of choices to just two (or a few)

 

N. Just because something is ol it is good or better

 

O. Just because something is new it is good or better

 

P. If one thing goes wrong then many other things will go wrong

 

Q. Comparing two things that should not be compared

 

R. Drawing a conclusion or believing something from too few instances

 

S. Believing a person is wrong because he was at the wrong time and place

 

T. Occurs when a word changes meaning in the course of an argument

 

U. Involves an ambiguous grammatical construction

 

V. Emphasizing the wrong thing, word, or phrase to mislead observer or the

 

reader

 


 

W. Attributing characteristics of parts to the whole

 


 

 







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