Definition of Argumentum ad fidem

1. Noun. (logical fallacy) A (fallacious) (argument) that asserts the (truth) of a (proposition) by an appeal to (pious) (testimony) or (religious) (revelation). ¹



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argumentum
argumentum ad Lazarum
argumentum ad etymologiam
argumentum ad fidem (current term)
argumentum ad nauseam
argumentum ad numerum
argumentum ad populum
argumentum ad verecundiam
argumentums ad hominem
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argus pheasant
argus shell
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