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argumentum ad Lazarum


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  • n. An appeal to poverty; the logical fallacy of thinking a conclusion is correct because the speaker is poor.


Latin Named after Lazarus, a beggar in the New Testament who receives his reward in the afterlife. (Wiktionary)


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