Appealing To Some Outside Authority
When a logical argument is not going anywhere, one party can sometimes try to win brownie points by appealing to an outside authority, the majority, or even towards feelings of pity.
Outside influences are a powerful force of nature in these hyper-social times, and most of us want to be part of a high-status community, making this fallacy extremely common.
Example: “The president said it’s true, so it must be true!”.
Whenever I have a problem I just sing, then I realize my voice is worse than my problem
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