Logical Fallacy Lesson #2

Be the 1st to vote.

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Category: Appeal to Emotions

Appeal to Consequences of a Belief

Arguing a belief is false because it implies something you’d rather not believe

“That can’t be the Senator on that sex tape. If it were, he’d be lying about not knowing her. And he’s not the kind of man who would lie.”

 

 

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