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Faulty Appeal to Authority

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Cassidy Barrett

on 11 November 2015

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Transcript of Faulty Appeal to Authority

What is Faulty Appeal to Authority?
Who or what is an authority?
A person
A book
A website, etc.
Video Examples
The End
Example #1
Faulty Appeal to Authority
by: Cassidy and Rachael

Faulty appeal to authority is using an authority as evidence in an argument when the authority isn't an authority on facts relevant to the argument.

Thus making the evidence not credible.
Example #2
Written example
My 5th grade teacher once told me that girls will go crazy for boys if they learn how to dance. Therefore, if you want to make the ladies go crazy for you, learn to dance.
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