18 "Ad Hominem" Argument  Mistakes

What are they and how can you win an argument avoiding them?

1) "Why should we listen to the coach's strategy? He was never even a good player!"

2) "He doesn't have a Ph.D., so his findings on climate change are worthless."

3) "He can't be a good musician; he was trained as an engineer."

4) "He's single, what does he know about relationships?"

5) "She's old, so what would she know about smartphones?"

Ad Hominen Fallacies occur when you attack the person's character, not the argument or idea.

Read all 18 examples below! (And learn how to counter them)