Fallacies and Arguments
  (General Intro)
Ad Hominem Ad Hominem Tu Quoque Appeal to the Consequences of a Belief Appeal to Authority
  Ad Verecundiam
Appeal to Belief Appeal to Common Practice Appeal to Emotion Appeal to Fear
  Ad Baculum
Appeal to Flattery Appeal to Novelty Appeal to Pity
  Ad Misericordiam
Appeal to Popularity
  Ad Populum
Appeal to Ridicule Appeal to Spite Appeal to Tradition Begging the Question
  Petitio Principii
Biased Generalization Burden of Proof
  Ad Ignorantiam
Circumstantial Ad Hominem Fallacy of Composition Confusing Cause and Effect Fallacy of Division False Dilemma Gambler's Fallacy Genetic Fallacy Guilt by Association Hasty Generalization Ignoring a Common Cause Middle Ground Misleading Vividness Peer Pressure Personal Attack Poisoning the Well Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc Questionable Cause Red Herring Relativist Fallacy Slippery Slope Special Pleading Spotlight Straw Man Two Wrongs Make a Right The Fallacy Fallacy
  Argumentum Ad Logicam