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Informal Fallacies

Informal Fallacies This website provides links to numerous "informal fallacies" (i.e. logical fallacies). Each term listed is linked to examples of the designated fallacy. For example, the author includes Fallacies of Relevance like Ad Hominem and Appeal to Tradition. Teachers will also
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Informal Fallacies


This website provides links to numerous "informal fallacies" (i.e. logical fallacies). Each term listed is linked to examples of the designated fallacy. For example, the author includes Fallacies of Relevance like Ad Hominem and Appeal to Tradition. Teachers will also find suggestions for approaches to critical thinking.

Dr. Charles Ess, Drury University


• High School

Paul Madachy

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