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Fallacies using feelings instead of facts

Arguments are a claim backed up by evidence to support the claim. These logical fallacies are claims that use feelings instead of evidence.

Logical fallacies

Understanding and identifying commonly used fallacies will help you to critically analyse claims people make.

Misused evidence

Five logical fallacies relating to evidence. Logical fallacies are mistakes in reasoning. They make flawed claims. The examples below are using flawed evidence to make their case