Appeal to Commonly Held Opinions (Ad Populum). Write down the name of the fallacy in your notes.Then write the definition in your own words.The ad populum fallacy is the appeal to the popularity of a claim as a reason for accepting it. Example 1: The number of people who believe a claim is irrelevant to its truth. Fifty million people can be wrong.Example 2: There was a time in history when the majority of people believed that the Earth is flat and motionless.Now work with your team to find24
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