Logical fallacies made by philosophers?

Here are some examples of common fallacies:

  • ad hominem. …
  • ad ignorantiam (appeal to ignorance) …
  • ad misericordiam (appeal to pity) …
  • ad populum (appeal to popularity) …
  • Affirming the consequent. …
  • Begging the question (petito principii) …
  • Complex question or loaded question. …
  • Composition (opposite of division)

Who created logical fallacies?

philosopher Aristotle

Greek logic
Greek philosopher Aristotle (384 – 322 BC) was the first to systematize logical errors into a list, to make it easier to refute an opponent’s thesis and thus win an argument. Aristotle’s “Sophistical Refutations” (De Sophisticis Elenchis) identifies thirteen fallacies.

What are the twelve logical fallacies?

12 Common Logical Fallacies and How to Debunk Them

  • 12 Common Logical Fallacies and How to Debunk Them. …
  • Ad Hominem. …
  • Appeal to Authority. …
  • Bandwagon Argument, or ad populum. …
  • The Strawman. …
  • Circular Reasoning. …
  • The Genetic Fallacy. …
  • Anecdotal Evidence.