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Shotgun Argumentation - Informal Fallacies - Red Herring Fallacies
... Ad hominem – attacking the arguer instead of the argument ... Poisoning the well – a type of ad hominem where adverse information about a target is presented with the intention of discrediting everything that the target person says ... Argumentum ad baculum (appeal to the stick, appeal to force, appeal to threat) – an argument made through coercion or threats of force to support position Argumentum ad populum (appeal to widespread belief ...
Shotgun Argumentation - Informal Fallacies
... Argument from ignorance (appeal to ignorance, argumentum ad ignorantiam) – assuming that a claim is true (or false) because it has not been proven false (true) or cannot be proven false (true) ... how this could be true, therefore it must be false Argument from repetition (argumentum ad nauseam) – signifies that it has been discussed extensively until nobody cares to discuss it anymore ... Argument from silence (argumentum e silentio) – where the conclusion is based on the absence of evidence, rather than the existence of evidence ...
Index Of Philosophy Articles (A–C) - A
... A las Barricadas A Legend of Old Egypt A Letter Concerning Toleration A maiore ad minus A Mathematician's Apology A Message from the Emperor A minore ... Actus primus Actus purus Acumenus Acyutananda Ad captandum Ad feminam Ad hoc Ad hoc hypothesis Ad hominem Ad hominem argument Ad infinitum Ad nauseam Ada Albrecht Adalbertus ... Arguments for the existence of God Argumentum ad baculum Argumentum ad crumenam Argumentum ad hominem Argumentum ad ignorantium Argumentum ad lapidem Argumentum ad lazarum Argumentum ad misericordiam Argumentum ad ...
Argumentum Ad Populum
... In logic, an argumentum ad populum (Latin for "appeal to the people") is a fallacious argument that concludes a proposition to be true because many or most people believe it ... authority of the many, and bandwagon fallacy, and in Latin as argumentum ad numerum ("appeal to the number"), and consensus gentium ("agreement of the clans") ...