Examples Of Logical Fallacies

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Logical fallacies are basically common errors. Everyone single person every day makes a common error. The logical fallacies that I will be discussing are the sunk cost fallacy, slippery slope fallacy, hasty generalization fallacy, post hoc ergo propter hoc, ad hominem, red herring, and the straw man fallacy. It happens to everyone of us, even though we may not even realize it sometimes. Sunk cost fallacy is getting into something and not wanting to get out of it because you may have put a lot of time or spent some money with that specific project. I love shopping, especially in Murfreesboro and Nashville. When I go shopping, I plan to spend money. I am going down there to shop and spend money, I expect to bring some clothes or shoes home. I drove all the way down to the big cities and I do not find anything I like, I feel compelled to buy something even if I do not need it. I wish I was not that way, but I love to shop and I always feel like I have to buy something. I am going to work on changing that habit. I am not only wasting my money, but I am also wasting my money on something I am probably not even going to wear that much. Slippery slope fallacy is an action of unacceptable series of events. I am bad about using my cell phone when I drive. When I was fifteen and I drove with my mom, she would never let
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I have a lot of people in my family that smoke cigarettes. My family always not to pick up on smoking because it is bad for you. It is a very bad habit, they all say. Yet, they all smoke. It is a very bad habit to pick up and is not easy just to quit. People that smoke are addicted and do not want to quit, when they start. I know of some people that try their hardest to quit, but it is very hard. They try different things to quit, but usually they just give up because it is to hard. As I have heard it is very hard to quit, so I would advise younger adults not too start the harmful

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