50+ Types of Faulty Reasoning
John Spacey, July 27, 2016 updated on August 12, 2018
Faulty reasoning is an argument, theory, decision, rule, principle or idea that can be considered flawed according to a system of logic or rational thought. Faulty reasoning can be unintentional, such as a poorly considered decision or it can be intentional such as an argument intended to deceive. The following are a common types of faulty reasoning.
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