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Appeal to Pity

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An appeal to pity is an attempt to use the other party's pity instead of logic to support a conclusion or claim. The argument does not necessarily have to be false but is generally unrelated to the conclusion.


  • Telling a traffic officer: "I'm having a really bad day, I don't deserve a speeding ticket."

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