Logical fallacy: Appeal to probability

Abhijeet Modi/ August 28, 2021/ Blog

A logical fallacy is an error in a sentence or argument’s construct that leads to its turning out to be non-reliable evidence. These fallacies are considered while reviewing the research work to ascertain its degree of reliability. There are about 15 types of logical fallacies identified by experts; appeal to probability is one example. What is an appeal to probability?

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Logical fallacies: What is Argument from Fallacy?

Abhijeet Modi/ August 27, 2021/ Blog

The argument from fallacy has got many names. It is known as the fallacy, the bad reasons fallacy, argument to logic or argumentum ad logicam, and the fallacy’s fallacy. The argument from fallacy states that a research’s conclusion will be flawed because its argument contains a fallacy. This assumption of the conclusion being wrong can render the research invalid, which

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