Thursday, February 20, 2014

CROOKED AND FALLACIOUS THINKING


  • Hasty or Over-Generalizations 
  • Attack on the Person
  • Appeal to the Emotions
  • Circular Argument
  • Equivocation
  • Either-or Assumption
  • Talking ‘What is’ to be ‘What ought’
  • Jumping from a Non-Inclusive Proposition to an Inclusive Conclusion
  • Supposing the Whole to be Like the Parts.
  • Asking False Questions
  • Taking what are Mere Coincidences to be the Causes (The Non Sequitur)