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Logical Fallacies:Examples and Definitions : 

Logical Fallacies:Examples and Definitions by PiecesOfYouInMe1

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v affirming the consequent anthrocentric fallacy appeal to authority a priori fallacies arguing from "is" to "ought" argumentum ad baculinum argumentum ad captandum argumentum ad crumenam argumentum ad hominem argumentum ad ignorantiam argumentum ad lazarum argumentum ad misericordiam argumentum ad populum argumentum ex silentio begging the question circular reasoning equivocation fallacy of false alternatives fallacies of interrogation flamboyance gadarene swine fallacy genetic fallacy hasty generalization if-then fallacies ignoratio elenchi invincible ignorance naturalistic fallacy non sequitur paralogism performative contradiction poisoning the wells post hoc ergo propter hoc red herring straw man fallacy tu quoque fallacy undistributed middle Reference: [http://www.philosophicalsociety.com/] LIST OF LOGICAL FALLACIES

Logic : 

Logic log·ic Noun 1.the science that investigates the principles governing  correct or reliable inference. 2.a particular method of reasoning or argumentation: We  were unable to follow his logic. 3.the system or principles of reasoning applicable to  any branch of knowledge or study. 4.reason or sound judgment, as in utterances or  actions: There wasn't much logic in her move. 5.convincing forcefulness; inexorable truth or  persuasiveness: the irresistible logic of the facts. 6.Computers . logic circuit. [http://dictionary.reference.com/]

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on·tog·e·ny noun Biology .the development or  developmental history of an individual organism.

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phy·log·e·ny Noun 1.the development or evolution of a particular group of organisms. 2.the evolutionary history of a group of  organisms, esp. as depicted in a family tree.

Logic : 

Logic log·ic Noun 1.the science that investigates the principles governing  correct or reliable inference. 2.a particular method of reasoning or argumentation: We  were unable to follow his logic. 3.the system or principles of reasoning applicable to  any branch of knowledge or study. 4.reason or sound judgment, as in utterances or  actions: There wasn't much logic in her move. 5.convincing forcefulness; inexorable truth or  persuasiveness: the irresistible logic of the facts. 6.Computers . logic circuit. [http://dictionary.reference.com/]

Fallacy : 

Fallacy fal·la·cy Noun 1.a deceptive, misleading, or false notion, belief, etc.:  That the world is flat was at one time a  popular fallacy. 2.a misleading or unsound argument. 3.deceptive, misleading, or false nature;  erroneousness. 4.Logic . any of various types of erroneous reasoning  that render arguments logically unsound. 5.Obsolete . deception. [http://dictionary.reference.com/]

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Example(s) Todd: “…and that is why I don’t believe in your god.” Tucker: “But Todd, you don’t understand. Look at how many people believe in Lord Xenu. You’re telling millions of people that they’re worshipping a false god? Argumentum ad populum – Argument/appeal to popularity Argumentum ad misericordiam – Argument/Appeal to guilt or pity

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