Example of Ad Misericordiam?

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'Ad misericordiam' is a logical fallacy also known as an 'appeal to pity' or 'the Galileo argument'. It can be defined as an attempt to draw attention away from evidence and toward feelings of pity or guilt in order to win an argument. One example of an argumentum ad misericordiam would be, 'How can you even think to accuse this poor motherless child!' As a logical fallacy, it does not disprove the invited conclusion, but neither does it support it.
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