Dan The Cableman. Advertisement. Popular Science. Dec 1997: 129.
A portion of the advertisement states "Nobdy beats Dan the Cableman." The statement is a hypostatization because nobody is not concrete.
Dodge. Advertisement. Popular Science. Dec 1997: Insert.
The Dodge advertisement includes a hypostatization stating that their car has changed everything. Everything is not concrete. By everything, they could be trying to say that their car changed the color of the sun.
Post Hor Ergo Propten Hoc
Max Factor. Advertisement. People. 12 Oct. 1998: 16-17.
This particular advertisement appears to imply that their new product was the result of the movie Titanic.
Fallacious Appeal to Authority
American Greetings. Advertisement. People. 12 Oct. 1998: 89.
American Greetings claims that Hank Aaron, a famous baseball player, sends their cards. A professional baseball player isn't really an authority on greeting cards.
Crest. Advertisement. People. 12 Oct. 1998: 137.
Crest uses the claim that "research shows" something. Research is not concrete, as it cannot be touched or seen.
Mattel. Advertisement. People. 12 Oct. 1998: 52-53.
Mattel states that inside every woman is an adult and a child. Adults and children are two completely different things and are not combinable into one.
Hasty Generalization, Hypostatization
Hershey's. Advertisement. People. 12 Oct. 1998: 141.
"Change is bad" can be classified as two types of fallacies. It could be a hasty generalization because it has no proof backing up why change is actually bad. It could also be considered a hypostatization because change is a term that can mean a number of things and is not a concrete item.
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