Argumentum ad crumenam
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Argumentum ad crumenam: An argumentum ad crumenam argument, also known as an argument to the purse, is the informal fallacy of concluding that a statement is correct because the speaker is rich.
- also known as 訴諸富貴
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by Great Britain. Council on Education
argumentum ad crumenam is the sure way to produce a change of view. If managers would make the salary of the 398 Church Normal Schools for Schoolmasters.
With an Appendix Embracing a Dictionary of Briticisms, Americanisms, Colloquial Phrases, Etc. ... by Bp. Samuel Fallows
Argumentum ad crumenam. [Lat.] An argument to the purse; an appeal to interest.
A Law Dictionary (1969)
by J.A. Ballentine
Argumentum ad crumenam. An argument addressed to the purse. Argumentum ad hominem. A personal argument. Argumentum ad ignorantiam. An argument based upon the ignorance of the audience. Argumentum ad. verecundiam.
A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie
argumentum ad crumenam n., pl. argumenta ad crumenam [L. argumentum argument, ...
by Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster
Argumentum ad crumenam, An argument to the ...
argumentum ad crumenam (L.), argument to the purse. argumentum ad rem (L.), argument to the purpose. argumentumbaculinum (L.), theargumentof thestick, clublaw—theultimate appeal.
by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter
Argumentum ad crumenam, (Lat.) An argument directed to the purse or pocket. Argumentum ad Jidem, (Lat.) An appeal to faith. Argumentum ad Itominem, (Lat.,) "an argument to the man." An argument deriving its force from its direct personal ...
The standard American encyclopedia of arts, sciences, history, biography, geography, statistics, and general knowledge (1897)
by John Clark Ridpath
Argumentum ad crumenam, (Lat.) An argument directed to the purse or pocket. Argumentum adfldem, (Lat.) An appeal to faith. A r'gumetUum ad hominem, (Lat.,) "an argument to tho man." An argument deriving its force from its direct personal ...
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Argumentum ad crumenam, (Lat.) An argument directed to the purse or pocket. Argumentum ad fidem, (Lat.) An appeal to faith. Argumentum ad homiuem, (Lat.,) "an argument to the man." An argument deriving its force from its direct personal ...
Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory; Embracing Scientific and Other Terms, Numerous Familiar Terms and a Copious Selection of Old English Words by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp
argumentum ad crumenam [L.], an argument directed to the ...
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