Logical Fallacies
Logical Fallacies / Common Fallacies

Common Logical Fallacies

These are the logical fallacies that you are most likely to come across. They could be part of a conversation, business agreement, discussion, or educational situations.

Ad HominemAmbiguityAnecdotalAppeal to AuthorityAppeal to EmotionAppeal to NatureBandwagonBegging the QuestionBurden of ProofCircular ReasoningEquivocationEtymological FallacyFallacy FallacyFallacy of Composition and DivisionFalse Cause & False AttributionFalse DilemmaGambler's FallacyGenetic FallacyLoaded QuestionMiddle GroundNo True ScotsmanPersonal IncredulityRed HerringSlippery SlopeSpecial PleadingStrawmanTexas SharpshooterTu Quoque

Books About Logical Fallacies

A few books to help you get a real handle on logical fallacies.

Logically Fallacious Buy On Amazon The Fallacy Detective Buy On Amazon The Art of the Argument Buy On Amazon The above book links to Amazon are affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, I may get a commission from the sale.