Fallacies of Relevance

In You've Got to be Kidding! Oxford, UK: Wiley‐Blackwell. pp. 13–44 (2009)
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This chapter contains sections titled: Threat Disguised as Reason Appeal to Inappropriate Authority Appeal to the Public Targeting the Person Accusing a Person of Hypocrisy The Appeal to Pity The Appeal to Ignorance The Use of Equivocal Language The Use of Amphiboly Conclusion.



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