Chapter 6: FALLACIES
- Practice -

Type in your answer in the question's text box. Enter only the letter corresponding to your answer; for example, enter "a" to correspond to "Subjectivism". When you finish the quiz, mark it by clicking on the checkbox at the bottom. Your results will then be displayed.

In this exercise, you will be given short arguments to read. Your task is to identify the fallacy committed. Select your answer from the following list:

a. Subjectivism
b. Appeal to majority
c. Appeal to emotion
d. Appeal to force
e. Appeal to authority
f. Post hoc
g. False alternative
h. Appeal to ignorance
i. Composition
j. Hasty generalization
k. Ad hominem
l. Tu quoque
m. Poisoning the well
o. Complex question
p. Non sequitur
q. Diversion
r. Straw man
s. Division
t. Begging the question

There are three parts to this exercise with 77 total questions.