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  1. Red herring - Wikipedia

    A red herring is something that misleads or distracts from a relevant or important issue. It may be either a logical fallacy or a literary device that leads readers or audiences towards a false conclusion. A red herring might be intentionally used, such as in mystery fiction or as part of rhetorical strategies...


  2. Description and examples of Red Herring fallacy.

    • Fallacy: Red Herring. Also Known as: Smoke Screen, Wild Goose Chase.
    • Examples of Red Herring. "We admit that this measure is popular.


  3. Red Herring; an explanation and an example of this logical fallacy.

    • The red herring is as much a debate tactic as it is a logical fallacy. It is a fallacy of distraction, and is committed when a listener attempts to divert an arguer from his argument by introducing another topic.


  4. List of fallacies - Wikipedia

    • 2.2 Red herring fallacies. 3 Conditional or questionable fallacies.
    • "Logical Fallacy: Red Herring". fallacyfiles.org. Retrieved 2016-02-24.


  5. Describes the nature and history of the red herring fallacy and lists related fallacies.

    • Thus, a "red herring" argument is one which distracts the audience from the issue in question
    • History: This fallacy is often known by the Latin name "ignoratio elenchi", or "ignorance of refutation".


  6. Red Herring - Examples and Definition of Red Herring

    • Some examples of red herring fallacy in casual conversations are given below: Mother: It’s bedtime Jane Jane: Mom, how do ants feed their babies?


  7. Red herring - RationalWiki

    A red herring, besides being a type of pickled fish, is a fallacious argument style in which an irrelevant or false topic is presented in an attempt to divert attention from the original issue, with the intention of "winning" an argument by leading attention away from the original argument and on to another...


  8. Ignoratio elenchi - Wikipedia

    • Fallacy Files: Red Herring. The Phrase Finder: Red Herring. The Art of Controversy: Diversion (bilingual with the original German) by Arthur Schopenhauer.


  9. Red Herring : Department of Philosophy : Texas State University

    • Red Herring. This fallacy consists in diverting attention from the real issue by focusing instead on an issue having only a surface relevance to the first.


  10. Red Herring Examples

    • A red herring is a fallacy argument that distracts from the original topic. Some may refer to this type of argument as a "smoke screen." Red herrings are frequently used in