Best way I can describe it is a person using their own personal sentiment/disposition towards a subject in their initial argument, but generalizes said disposition as a ground for succeeding arguments.
- "The idea of being attracted towards intelligence is a very shallow perception. When people talk about ideas I am not familiar with, such as ancient philosophers or quantum theories, I feel so belittled and left out. The fact that this notion is very popular amongst this generation really shows how little people value themselves as they are willing to be underestimated by their partner or ideal one."
While the person's sentiment towards the matter is valid, generalizing it and treating it as universal instead of personal is fallacious, no? However, I am unable to research more about this hole as I do not know what is it's name.