How to Win Every Argument The Use and Abuse of Logic

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How to Win Every Argument The Use and Abuse of Logic

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Contents of How to Win Every Argument

  1. Abusive analogy 
  2. Accent Accident
  3.  Affirming the consequent 
  4. Amphiboly Analogical fallacy 
  5. Antiquitam, argumentum ad 
  6. Apriorism Baculum, argumentum ad 
  7. Bifurcation Blinding with science 
  8. The bogus dilemma 
  9. Circulus in probando 
  10. The complex question (plurium interrogation)
  11.  Composition 
  12. Concealed quantification 
  13. The conclusion which denies premises 
  14. Contradictory premises 
  15. Crumenam, argumentum ad 
  16. Cum hoc ergo propter hoc 
  17. Damning the alternatives
  18. Definitional retreat 
  19. Denying the antecedent 
  20. Dicto simpliciter 
  21. Division 
  22. Emotional appeals
  23.  Equivocation
  24. Every schoolboy knows 
  25. The exception that proves the rule Exclusive premises 
  26. The existential fallacy 
  27. Ex-post-facto statistics 
  28. Extensional pruning 
  29. False conversion 
  30. False precision The gambler’s fallacy 
  31. The genetic fallacy 
  32. Half-concealed qualification 
  33. Hedging Hominem (abusive), argumentum ad 
  34. Hominem (circumstantial), argumentum ad
  35.  Ignorantiam, argumentum ad 
  36. Ignorant elenchi 
  37. Illicit process 
  38. Irrelevant humor 
  39. Lapidem, argumentum ad 
  40. Lazarum, argumentum ad
  41.  Loaded words
  42. Misericordiam, argumentum ad 
  43. Nauseam, argumentum ad
  44.  Non-anticipation 
  45. Novitam, argumentum ad 
  46. Numeram, argumentum ad 
  47. One-sided assessment 
  48. Petitio principia
  49. Poisoning the well
  50.  Populum, argumentum ad
  51.  Positive conclusion from negative premise 
  52. Post hoc ergo propter hoc 
  53. Quaternio terminorum 
  54. The red herring 
  55. Refuting the example 
  56. Reification
  57.  The runaway train 
  58. Secundum quid Shifting ground
  59.  Shifting the burden of proof 
  60. The slippery slope Special pleading
  61.  The straw man 
  62. Temperantiam, argumentum ad
  63.  Thatcher’s blame
  64.  Trivial objections
  65. Tu quoque 
  66. Unaccepted enthymemes 
  67. The undistributed middle
  68.  Unobtainable perfection 
  69. Verecundiam, argumentum ad
  70.  Wishful thinking

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