Title Fallacy Description
Checkout False Dichotomy

A False Dichotomy is a logical fallacy in which the options presented are limited, and reasonable alternatives are omitted.

Destiny Begging The Question

Begging the Question is making a statement that assumes the truth of the assertion you're attempting to prove.

Circumscribers Argument From Authority

An Argument From Authority uses a claim made by someone else as evidence, and implies the source is an authority therefore the claim is valid.

Aristocrat Ad Hominem

An Ad Hominem is an attack against the person rather than the argument.

Abominable Affirming The Consequent

Affirming the Consequent occurs when someone fails to consider an alternate antecedent might lead to a given outcome.

The general form for this fallacy is

  1. If P, then Q
  2. Q
  3. Therefore P

Special Relativity Affirming The Consequent

Affirming the Consequent occurs when someone fails to consider an alternate antecedent might lead to a given outcome.

The general form for this fallacy is

  1. If P, then Q
  2. Q
  3. Therefore P

Dead Ghost Hunter Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc

Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc is a Latin phrase for "after this, therefore, because of this." The fallacy occurs when someone concludes that an event causes another simply because it happened first.

Granpa Hasty Generalization

Hasty Generalization is a logical fallacy in which one reaches an unwarranted conclusion without considering all the facts.

Nothing To Hide Affirming The Consequent

Affirming the Consequent occurs when someone fails to consider an alternate antecedent might lead to a given outcome.

The general form for this fallacy is

  1. If P, then Q
  2. Q
  3. Therefore P

Prophesy Postdiction

Postdiction is a result of hindsight bias. It happens when someone claims they predicted an event after it occurred.

Cognitive biases and logical fallacies often occur together. They seem to be bound together by a supernatural force.

Wap Argumentum Ad Populum

Argument Ad Populum or the Bandwagon fallacy is a belief based on peer pressure or an appeal to popular opinion rather than evidence.

Scubamaid Confirmation Bias

Confirmation Bias is the tendency to interpret information in a way that agrees with preexisting beliefs.

Cognitive biases and logical fallacies often occur together. They seem to be bound together by a supernatural force.

Exotic Pet Slippery Slope

A Slippery Slope is an argument which claims some action could begin a series of events which would ultimately lead to some disaster, and therefore, the initial action should not be taken.

Signs Argument From Fear

An Argument From Fear uses a hypothetical outcome, rather than evidence or reason, to persuade someone into a behavior or belief.

Silver Slayer No True Scotsman

The No True Scotsman fallacy attempts to dismiss some undesirable evidence by claiming no true member of the group would ever be involved with the cited evidence.

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Lost Stars Burden Of Proof

The Burden of Proof fallacy occurs when someone makes a claim without offering evidence, and insists their claim should be considered valid unless someone can prove them wrong.