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AP Language List of Fallacies

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AP English Language 2011-2012 Rhetorical Fallacies Emotional Fallacies Red Herring: Where someone introduces an irrelevant point into an argument. He may think (or he may want us to think) it proves his side, but it really doesn?t Grizzly bears can?t be dangerous ? they look so cute Appeal to Fear: Where someone moves you to fear the consequences of not doing what he wants Prosecuting Attorney: ?Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I urge you to convict John Jones of this crime of murder. We need to put him where he can never commit any crimes. If you don?t convict him, you may be his next victim.? Appeal to Pity: Where someone urges us to do something only because we pity him, or we pity something associated with him
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