Accident Fallacy
Ad Fidentia
Ad Hoc Rescue
Ad Hominem (Abusive)
Ad Hominem (Circumstantial)
Ad Hominem (Guilt by Association)
Ad Hominem (Tu quoque)
Affirmative Conclusion from a Negative Premise
Affirming a Disjunct
Affirming the Consequent
Alleged Certainty
Alternative Advance
Ambiguity Fallacy
Anonymous Authority
Appeal to Accomplishment
Appeal to Anger
Appeal to Authority
Appeal to Celebrity
Appeal to Coincidence
Appeal to Common Belief
Appeal to Common Folk
Appeal to Consequences
Appeal to Definition*
Appeal to Desperation
Appeal to Emotion
Appeal to Extremes
Appeal to Faith
Appeal to Fear
Appeal to Flattery
Appeal to Force
Appeal to Heaven
Appeal to Nature
Appeal to Novelty
Appeal to Pity
Appeal to Popularity
Appeal to Possibility
Appeal to Ridicule
Appeal to the Moon
Appeal to Tradition
Argument by Emotive Language
Argument by Fast Talking
Argument by Gibberish
Argument by Personal Charm
Argument by Repetition
Argument from Age
Argument from Fallacy
Argument from Hearsay
Argument from Ignorance
Argument from Silence
Argument of the Beard
Argument to Moderation
Argument to the Purse
Avoiding the Issue
Base Rate Fallacy
Begging the Question
Biased Sample Fallacy
Blind Authority Fallacy
Broken Window Fallacy
Causal Reductionism
Cherry Picking
Circular Reasoning
Commutation of Conditionals
Complex Question Fallacy
Conflicting Conditions
Confusing an Explanation with an Excuse
Conjunction Fallacy
Conspiracy Theory
Definist Fallacy
Denying a Conjunct
Denying the Antecedent
Denying the Correlative
Disjunction Fallacy
Distinction Without a Difference
Etymological Fallacy
Exclusive Premises
Existential Fallacy
Extended Analogy
Failure to Elucidate
Fake Precision
Fallacy of (the) Undistributed Middle
Fallacy of Composition
Fallacy of Division
Fallacy of Four Terms
Fallacy of Necessity
False Attribution
False Conversion
False Dilemma
False Effect
Far-Fetched Hypothesis
Faulty Comparison
Gambler’s Fallacy
Genetic Fallacy
Hasty Generalization
Having Your Cake
Historian’s Fallacy
Homunculus Fallacy
Hypnotic Bait and Switch
Hypothesis Contrary to Fact
Illicit Contraposition
Illicit Major
Illicit Minor
Illicit Substitution of Identicals
Inflation of Conflict
Jumping to Conclusions
Just Because Fallacy*
Just In Case Fallacy
Least Plausible Hypothesis
Limited Depth
Limited Scope
Logic Chopping
Ludic Fallacy
Lying with Statistics
Magical Thinking
Meaningless Question
Misleading Vividness
Missing Data Fallacy*
Modal (Scope) Fallacy
Moralistic Fallacy
Moving the Goalposts
Multiple Comparisons Fallacy
Naturalistic Fallacy
Negating Antecedent and Consequent
Negative Conclusion from Affirmative Premises
Nirvana Fallacy
No True Scotsman
Non Sequitur
Notable Effort
Overwhelming Exception
Package-Deal Fallacy
Poisoning the Well
Political Correctness Fallacy
Prejudicial Language
Proof by Intimidation
Proving Non-Existence
Quantifier-Shift Fallacy
Quantum Physics Fallacy*
Questionable Cause
Red Herring
Reductio ad Absurdum
Reductio ad Hitlerum
Regression Fallacy
Relative Privation
Retrogressive Causation
Rights To Ought Fallacy*
Selective Attention
Self-Sealing Argument
Slippery Slope
Special Pleading
Spiritual Fallacy*
Spotlight Fallacy
Statement of Conversion
Stolen Concept Fallacy
Strawman Fallacy
Style Over Substance
Subjectivist Fallacy
Subverted Support
Sunk-Cost Fallacy
Suppressed Correlative
Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy
Two Wrongs Make a Right
Unwarranted Contrast
Use-Mention Error
Weak Analogy
Willed Ignorance
Wishful Thinking