← Logical Fallacies Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- trying to appeal to people through their emotions instead of logically (usually through fear or prejudice)
- making a statement about an entire group of people
- instead of debating the person, you attack the person.
- a conclusion is reached too quickly. Usually lacks enough evidence to support statement.
3 True/False Questions
Either/Or fallacy → changing the meaning of a word (or words) in the middle of an argument
absolute statements → When you suggest there's a cause and effect in a situation there's not.
equivocation → changing the meaning of a word (or words) in the middle of an argument