Q:”You said that you were going home to feed your baby dogs. don’t do that – babies need milk, and dogs don’t taste good anyway!”
Q:”You said that you were going home to feed your baby dogs. don’t do that – babies need milk, and dogs don’t taste good anyway!” commits the fallacy of slippery slope/equivocation/amphiboly/composition/division Q:”The number of people who drown by falling into a pool is well-correlated with the number of films that Nicolas Cage appears in: in years where more people drown by falling into pools, Cage appears in more films. And in years where fewer people drown by falling into pools, Cage appears in fewer films. So Nicolas Cage ought to stop acting – his ongoing acting is killing these people!” commits which false cause fallacy? non causa pro causa/post hoc ergo propter hoc/ oversimplified cause Q:Kelly struggled with anxiety for many years. She went to a cognitive behavioral therapist and took medication for anxiety, and ultimately overcame it. But I think it’s just the cognitive behavioral therapy that made her better – medication never works” commits which false cause fallacy? non causa pro causa/ post hoc ergo propter hoc/ oversimplified cause Q:”Jones claimed that he’s a financial genius and said that’s why we should invest with him. But according to New York State records, he’s gone bankrupt a half a dozen times. I think we should put our money elsewhere” is an abusive ad hominema/ tu quoque /ad hominema circumstantial ad hominema /guilt by association ad hominem/not a fallacy Q:”Donald Trump has been attacked in the media for a lackluster performance at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. But we all know that these attacks are baseless, because, after all, these are Democrats making this attack, and of course they’re the types to hate the President” is an abusive ad hominema tu quoque ad hominema circumstantial ad hominema guilt by association ad hominemnot a fallacy
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