FALLACIES OF WEAK INDUCTION. CONNECTION: Connection between premises and conclusion is not strong enough to support the conclusion. SHRED OF EVIDENCE: PREMISES premises provide at least a shred of evidence in support of the conclusion. FALLACIES OF WEAK INDUCTION.
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ARGUMENTUM AD VERECUNDIAM: appeal to misplaced/unqualified authority
2. ARGUMENTUM AD IGNORANTIAM (Appeal to Ignorance)
therefore God doesn't exist.
FALSE CAUSE FALLACY
"after this, therefore because of this"
5. SLIPPERY SLOPE
6. WEAK ANALOGY