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Fallacies of relevance share the common bond that the arguments contain premises that are not logically relevant to the conclusion, but appear to be psychologically. Some fallacies attempt to evoke emotion, such as pity, fear or membership, and then attach a conclusion to those emotions. Some fallacies attempt to discredit the opposing argument buy attacking its author, while others attempt to appeal to certain dispositions of the reader, such as superstitions or mental laziness to coerce the listener into accepting a conclusion. Some examples of fallacies of relevance are; appeal to fo…
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