← Logical Fallacies Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- statements that have to be true at all times
- A fault in deductive reasoning. A conclusion that doesn't follow follow premises.
- changing the meaning of a word (or words) in the middle of an argument
- instead of debating the person, you attack the person.
3 True/False Questions
hasty generalization → making a statement about an entire group of people
argument to ignorance → saying something is true or exists when proof can't be provided
False Cause → When you suggest there's a cause and effect in a situation there's not.