Talk:Argumentum ad baculum

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Here's a question. If a fallacy has both a common English name and a Latin name, then in which language do we want the articles to be titled? I think an official decision needs to be made very soon, as many more Latin names will come up.

If English, then "Argumentum ad baculum" should be a #REDIRECT to "Argument from force," which would contain the main article.

My main argument for keeping it in English would be that it will be easier to find the correct name on the fallacy category index. Obviously some arguments, such as "post hoc ergo propter hoc", will be better known in Latin.

--Kazim 06:56, 19 July 2006 (MST)

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