Logical Fallacies Picture Quiz

There are many logical fallacies, some of which can be turned into metaphors. Can you name these logical fallacies from the pictures and hints provided?
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Last updated: December 9, 2020
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Selectively using very specific evidence, and overlook everything else
Replace your opponent's argument with a different argument and refute that instead
Forsake logic and reason in favour of the (supposedly) popular choice
Changing the definition of something to suit your own biased views
Cherry picking
Strawman argument
Bandwagon Fallacy
No true Scotsman
One thing will lead to many other unforeseeable and disastrous things
A seemingly plausible but actually irrelevant tactic used to distract from the real issue
Make two arguments; one reasonable and one controversial, then, when challenged, retreat to the safety of the reasonable argument
Insist there are only two choices: black or white, and conceal alternatives
Motte and Bailey fallacy
False dichotomy
If A is not B, and A is not C, then B is not C
Overstress similarities in data, and overlook differences
Appear to support both sides of an argument with emotive and ambiguous statements
Make multiple inconsistent arguments to defend one point
The Masked man fallacy
Texas sharpshooter fallacy
Kettle logic
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