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Appeal to people
1 arguer
3 types:bandwagon(everyone is doing it), vanity(celebrities do it), snobbery(do it cause it will make you look rich)
Appeal to pity
1 aguer
evoke pity to get you to do something
Accident
1 aguer
takes a general rule and applies it somehow its not suppose to be applied
Appeal to force
1 aguer
do something or i will hurt you or harm will happen
Missing the point
1 aguer with you have to give conclusion
all premises follow to one conclusion, but a totally extreme conclusion is brought about.. to far
Against the person
2 arguer
3 types-abusive(he is dumb), circumstantial(he is bias), and tu quoque(he is a hypocrit)
Straw person
2 arguer
distorts the arguer 1 claim so that its easier to attack
Red Herring
Give issue then analysis
divert attention of reader by changing the topic entirely.
Appeal to unqualified authority
1 premise and 1 conclusion
an expert in one field is not an expert in all fields. so an unqualified authority opinion.
Appeal to ignorance
usually 1 premise and 1 conclusion
States that nothing is known about something and then states something is known.
hasty generalization
Usually 3 premises and 1 conclusion
make a generalization on too small of a sample
False Cause
1 premise and 1 conclusion
A false cause and effect relationship has taken place
Slippery Slope
several premises and a conclusion
the whole idea is that one event will lead to a whole bunch of others that aren't related
Weak Analogy
2 premise and 1 conclusion
Comparing 2 things that aren't really comparable