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An important skill in critical thinking and argumentation is the ability to spot and recognize fallacies. Fallacious arguments, omnipresent in argumentative discourse, can be deceptive, manipulative, or simply leading to 'wrong moves' in a discussion. Despite their importance, argumentation scholars and NLP researchers with focus on argumentation quality have not yet investigated fallacies empirically. The nonexistence of resources dealing with fallacious argumentation calls for scalabledoi:10.18653/v1/d17-2002 dblp:conf/emnlp/HabernalHPKPG17 fatcat:rfqgip7b4bhrvgk6p6uqcecmpy