1.Begging the Question
Ex: The earth is not round because i had a vision of it in a dream, so the earth must not be round.
2. Ad Hominem
Ex: Mike is a very well known Dentist, So why is he over their chatting with Doctors and Nurses.
Ex: Brad is tall, but he is only tall next to George. So Brad isn’t tall.
4. Slippery Slope
Ex: Waking up at an earlier time every day will adjust your body’s waking schedule, which will accustom you to waking up at a specific time, which will allow you to do more activities in the morning and you will get more things done throughout your day.
Kid: Hello, i’d like to buy a cheap toy because i only have five dollars.
Store Clerk. Ok, here’s this special toy that comes apart. Remember there are no refunds.
6. Tu Quoque
Ex: You told me not to walk into that store, but i saw you shopping their the other day.
Ex: You must of been up to no good, because if you weren’t in your room or at home. You must be up to no good.
8. False Dichotony
Ex: Where does the Square fit in? With the Circle or the Triangle.
9. Argument from ignorance
Ex: I have never felt the earth moving, so it must be still the whole time.
10. Red Herring
Ex: The Instructor taught us how to multiply & Divide on the day you missed, but you should focus on your adding problems.
11. Reversing Causation
Ex: Athletes wear expensive shoes to make them faster, so i will buy expensive shoes so that i can go faster.
12. Sharp Shooters
Ex: She says her son solved his first math problem when he was 2 years old so she says he must be a born genius.