## Fallacies

CT2.0 is dedicated to providing good examples of informal reasoning for use in classrooms in a variety of disciplines. While we are not terribly fond of the term ‘fallacy,’ as explained On the concept of ‘fallacy’, we do recognize the common use of the term. To support our peers, we provide this list of the current taxonomy of forms of reasoning in CT2.0, along with links to the category pages and RSS feeds for new examples:

- -Disciplines- (RSS) (30)
- Political Science (RSS) (27)
- Psychology (RSS) (3)

- -Forms of Reasoning- (RSS) (195)
- Abusing Language (RSS) (12)
- Equivocation (RSS) (6)
- Fallacies of Quotation (RSS) (3)
- Embedding in the mouths of others (RSS) (2)
- Misquotation (RSS) (1)
- Quoting out of context (RSS) (1)

- Loaded Questions (RSS) (2)

- Appeal to Emotion (Pathos) (RSS) (59)
- Appeal to Anger (RSS) (8)
- Appeal to Calm (RSS) (2)

- Appeal to envy (RSS) (5)
- Appeal to Fear (RSS) (18)
- Appeal to Confidence (RSS) (3)

- Appeal to Hope (RSS) (18)
- Appeal to Flattery (RSS) (6)

- Appeal to Kindness (RSS) (4)
- Appeal to Pity (RSS) (9)
- Appeal to Indignation (RSS) (5)
- Identifiable Victim Effect (RSS) (3)

- Photoshop fallacies (RSS) (1)

- Appeal to Anger (RSS) (8)
- Appeals to Character (Ethos) (RSS) (85)
- Appeal to Authority (RSS) (10)
- Expert in the wrong domain (RSS) (1)
- Fake Expert (RSS) (1)

- Appeal to Identity (RSS) (50)
- Attack on Character (RSS) (17)
- Malicious parody (RSS) (1)
- Undermining public biography (RSS) (6)
- Undermining Shared Values (RSS) (5)

- Establishing Biography (RSS) (5)
- Product Placement (RSS) (1)
- Shared Values (RSS) (12)

- Appeal to Authority (RSS) (10)
- Argument from Analogy (RSS) (2)
- Categorical Logic (RSS) (18)
- Causal Reasoning (RSS) (9)
- Causal Fallacies (RSS) (9)
- Confusing Correlation with Causation (RSS) (3)
- Ignoring relevant causes (RSS) (1)
- Post hoc ergo propter hoc (RSS) (3)
- Slippery Slope (RSS) (2)

- Causal Fallacies (RSS) (9)
- Cognitive Errors (RSS) (1)
- Enthymeme (RSS) (7)
- Fallacies of Relevance (RSS) (12)
- Ad Hominem (RSS) (8)
- Name-calling (RSS) (2)
- Poisoning the Well (RSS) (3)

- Genetic fallacy (RSS) (2)
- Guilt by association (RSS) (3)

- Ad Hominem (RSS) (8)
- Fallacy (RSS) (7)
- Non-argumentative Persuasion (RSS) (5)
- Propositional Logic (RSS) (24)
- Conditional reasoning (RSS) (15)
- Affirming the Consequent (RSS) (2)
- Denying the Antecedent (RSS) (3)
- Hypothetical Syllogism (RSS) (2)
- Modus Ponens (RSS) (2)
- Modus Tollens (RSS) (3)

- Disjunctive Reasoning (RSS) (5)
- Dilemma (RSS) (1)
- Disjunctive Syllogism (RSS) (1)
- Fallacious DS (RSS) (1)

- Truth-functional propositions (RSS) (8)
- Biconditional (RSS) (1)
- Conditional (RSS) (1)
- Conjunction (RSS) (1)
- Disjunction (RSS) (1)
- NAND (RSS) (1)
- Negation (RSS) (1)
- NOR (RSS) (1)
- XOR / Not-IFF (RSS) (1)

- Conditional reasoning (RSS) (15)
- Scientific Reasoning (RSS) (12)
- Case Studies (RSS) (1)
- Confirmation Bias (RSS) (6)
- Modeling (RSS) (6)
- Investigative Strategies (RSS) (5)

- Statistical reasoning (RSS) (1)
- Type of Inference (RSS) (11)

- Abusing Language (RSS) (12)
- -Type- (RSS) (194)
- CT2.0 News (RSS) (16)
- Featured (RSS) (8)
- Uncategorized (RSS) (4)

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