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Logical Fallacies: Difference between Appeal to popularity and Appeal to Authority

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Finding a fallacy in a comedic dialogue

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Name of fallacy: amplifying weakness of weak arguments while ignoring strong ones

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Is determinism logically flawed?

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Which kind of fallacy is a fallacy that associates a person to the negative ideas of a group he doesnt belong to?

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What bias it would be called?

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Is a game player winning against very long odds being a cheat, an example of the logical fallacy of personal incredulity?

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Do percentages of negative things in a given sample matter more or less than the quantity of negative things?

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Is there a name for this combination of generalization and the No True Scotsman fallacy?

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Name of the fallacy that "you don't know" implies "the media is hiding it from you"

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Name of the fallacy: "your argument is overly simplistic"

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Are multiple anecdotes still logically unsound?

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If he wanted to, he would x (Logical Fallacy?)

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Bias or fallacy of assuming rank when two things differ?

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