The post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy is a fallacy in which the arguer:

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A. relies on a premise that resembles the conclusion, depends on the conclusion, or is as controversial as the conclusion

B.attempts to bolster his or her argument by mentioning that "everybody" (or a large group of people) shares the same belief, preference, or habit.

C.assumes that because there is a correlation between two events (i.e., one preceded the other)then the first must have caused the second.

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C.assumes that because there is a correlation between two events (i.e., one preceded the other)then the first must have caused the second.

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