Appeal to Ridicule. By: Heather Johnson, Emily Gaines, & Josh Butler. Appeal to Ridicule. A fallacy in which ridicule or mockery is substituted for evidence in an “argument”. Usually occurs in this form: 1. X, which is some form of ridicule is presented (Typically directed at the claim)
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By: Heather Johnson, Emily Gaines, & Josh Butler
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