Our Basketball team is the best because we are so awesome. -apex
Overgeneralization is the logical fallacy the statement contains.
this man left his wife for another woman so we cant trust him
All of the above
A Tautology is any logical statement that always results in True. Example, the statement - "Malaria is dangerous" is always true.A Fallacy is a statement that always results in False. Example - "Toxic waste is easy to store" - is always falseThere are exactly opposite of each other.
a logical fallacy
An ad hominem fallacy, sometimes called a "genetic fallacy" or "to the person fallacy" or shorted to "ad hominem", is a kind of logical fallacy. This logical fallacy's definition is: attacking the person rather than the statements the person made.
That is a statement involving circular reasoning. They are well made because they are well made... doesn't make sense.
Logical fallacy is a phrase used to describe reasoning that always seems to be wrong. In arguments, it would be rendered invalid.
Its Semantic Fallacy, Logical Fallacy, and Normative Fallacy.
An ad hominem logical fallacy is an insult of a person making a point. If someone was making a point, and a person in opposition to that point called them a name as opposed to responding to their evidence, that would be an ad hominem.
your mom is a fallacy.
A logical fallacy is, roughly speaking, an error of reasoning. When someone adopts a position, or tries to persuade someone else to adopt a position, based on a bad piece of reasoning, they commit a fallacy
It lacks proof.
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A logical fallacy that diverts listeners or readers from the real issue to an unrelated matter is referred to as a red herring.
Maybe it is non squitur
A red herring is a statement designed to deflect attention by bringing up an unrelated or irrelevant point. There are a number of different forms, including one entitled "association fallacy" which attempts to falsely discredit an argument by association. Example : "My opponent says he is in favor of smaller cars for everyone, and so was Adolf Hitler when he commissioned the Volkswagen."