HFOSS Quiz 2: Rhetological Fallacies
- When was the latest version of the infographic published?
- April 2012
- Who wrote and designed this infographic?
- David McCandless, Tatjana Dubrovina, Piero Zagami
- Who did the research and collected the data?
- Marley Whiteside, Kathryn Ariel Kay, Peter Ayres
- Who did the translation of this graphic?
- Klaus-Michael Lux, Iván Galarza
- Where on the internet can this infographic be found?
- What sources did the authors use to create this visualization? List each one in the form of a hyperlink.
- Fallacy Files
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Skeptic's Dictionary
- Changing Minds
- Logically Fallactious
- The Secular Web
- Philosophical Society
- San Jose State University
- Santa Rosa Junior College
- A Concise Introduction to Logic
- A Beginner's Guide to the Scientific Method
- According to the graphic, how many major categories of fallacy are there? Please list each one.
- Appeal to the Mind
- Appeal to the Emotions
- Faulty Deduction
- Manipulating Content
- Garbled Cause and Effect
- On the Attack.
- How many different languages has this infographic been translated into? Please list each one.
- Under what license was this infographic released?
- Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0- or CC-BY-NC 3.0
- Why might understanding these fallacies be useful or important?
- Understanding how different arguments can or can not be applicable to a debate allows one to populate their arguments with more fact and logical reasoning. This removes a lot of the emotion from the debate and allows for more concrete thoughts to be expressed.