Fallacy of Opposition

Believing you are correct because you wouldn’t believe something that is incorrect.

Genetic Fallacy

Accepting or rejecting a claim because of its origin.

Affirming a Consequent

If a premise implies a result, do not mistake the result for validating the premise.

Association Fallacy

Assuming the qualities or traits of a subject because of its associations.

Ad Iram

Dismissing someone’s argument because it is presented with strong emotion.

Ad Hominem

Directing an argument or conclusion against a person’s character instead of their idea or arguments.

Perfect Solution Fallacy

Dismissing a valid solution because it does not solve 100% of existing problems.

No True Scotsman

Examples are dismissed as not truly part of the original referenced group.

Appeal to Confidence