appeal to force
conclusion that implies a threat or physical harm
appeal to pity
conclusion that is supported on the emotive feelings it evokes from the listener
appeal to the people
conclusion supported by bandwagon, mob mentality, or mass media/propaganda
argument against the person
attacking the person as a way to reject his argument
when a general rule is wrongly applied to a specific case
when an original argument is distorted and lead back to the original conclusion on said distorted premises.
missing the point
an argument in which the premises imply conclusion A, however, are stated to connect with a conclusion B.
an argument in which the the premises casually changes the subject in order to make a different, illogical , conclusion.
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