Persuasive Tactics Of Oversimplification In Making Arguments

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There are multiple persuasive tactics that authors use in making arguments. Oversimplification is one of many. Oversimplification is when the author reduces the facts to a minimum, giving the impression that an idea or process is simple, offering, at least to some degree, ease of convenience and understanding. Oversimplification is an appeal to the human tendency to look for the easiest path around an obstacle. For example, an advertisement can say that you can simply trade in your car for a new and better one today, do you really think it’s that simple? What if the car you trade in doesn’t pay for all of the cost? Just like oversimplification, unwarranted implication is another persuasive tactic. Unwarranted implication is where an author

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