Some common fallacies include: Ad Hominem – More than just an insult, it occurs

Some common fallacies include: Ad Hominem – More than just an insult, it occurs when someone rejects or criticizes another person’s view based on personal characteristics such as background, physical appearance, or other features that are irrelevant to the argument. Strawman – Mischaracterizing, diminishing, or discrediting an opponent’s position to make one’s own position appear stronger. False dilemma – A line of reasoning that oversimplifies an issue, making it appear as if there are only two options from which to choose. Slippery slope – An argument that suggests unlikely or ridiculous outcomes. Red Herring – A deliberate distraction with a sentiment that appears to be relevant, but is not on topic.
This week, we learned about Fallacies and Persuaders.
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Some common fallacies include: Ad Hominem – More than just an insult, it occurs
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