9. Common Fallacies
From Clear Thinking by R W Jepson (1954)

THE last chapter dealt mainly with deductive forms, and in the course of it we had occasion to note several formal fallacies, i.e., arguments which were inconclusive or invalid because of some error in their structtire. In this chapter we turn our attention to a number of common material fallacies, i.e., those concerned with the matter rather than with the form of arguments.

The Fallacies Of Composition And Division
The Fallacies Of Accident
Begging The Question
Complex Questions
Circular Arguments
The Vicious Circle
Ignoring The Point
Extension And Diversion