Examples of logical or rhetorical fallacies to avoid

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At times, when discussing or arguing with other people, we may be guilty of committing a logical or a rhetorical fallacy. A fallacy is simply an incorrect reasoning leading to an invalid argument or statement in relation to logic or rhetoric.

There are different kinds of fallacies, but I wanted to share the most common ones that we may encounter while embedding my own invented examples within the definitions I provide.

So, these examples are from my own experiences. I have not directly borrowed them from anywhere else. If you find something similar online, it must be purely coincidental.

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