INFORMAL FALLACIES > Miscellaneous Fallacies
The following types of invalid arguments do not fall under the fallacies of relevance, presumption, and ambiguity, but are nonetheless considered informal fallacies.
It involves submitting an argument which carries contradictory or inconsistent premise(s).
The doctor cured the incurable disease.
Remember that an inconsistent premise can never produce a necessarily true conclusion.
In a false analogy, one erroneously presupposes that because two things are alike in one aspect, they must be alike in others.
In His will to gather the children of Jerusalem together, the Lord Jesus Christ, said, “… I wanted to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings…” (Mt. 23:37)
Prea © 2010 by Jensen dG. Mañebogcher: Therefore, Jesus Christ, like a real hen, must have (physical) wings ...