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Edited example on no true Scotsman page, it is now the original 1975 example.

  • Scotsman A: "You know, laddie, no Scotsman puts sugar in his porridge."
    Scotsman B: "Is that so? I seem to recall my cousin Angus puts sugar in his porridge"
    Scotsman A: "Aye... but no true Scotsman puts sugar in his porridge."

Enshoku 21:18, 29 April 2008 (CDT)

Added example on Appeal_to_emotion page:

  • The first objection to the statement is whether or not Hitler was an atheist, which tends to be an argument from ignorance, due to the fact that Hitler was a devout catholic. The second issue with the statement is that it makes a link between atheism and Nazism via an enthymeme.

Enshoku 21:41, 29 April 2008 (CDT)

Added specifics on argument_from_personal_experience article.

  • This argument is particularly common among certain branches of Christianity where things like possession and levitating have been reported.

Enshoku 12:40, 5 May 2008 (CDT)

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