Examples Of Logical Fallacies

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A logical fallacies is a mistaken belief based on a given argument that is not correct. For example, if you were to think that buying Old Spice will make you more of a man because they say men buy and it gets men girls you would be mistaken. There is not factual evidence that supports the claim a certain scent will make an man more manly and therefor get an him more girls. Many people believe in this logical fallacy because there are a lot of men who use Old Spice product and if a lot of people use it has to be right. Its popularity and the idea that is will get guys more girls keeps it on the market and will keep people believing in this false statement. Logical Fallacies are a very big portion of entertainment and have been persuading

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