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01:57 Mar 21, 2002
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Latin term or phrase:argumentum ad hominem
The Boss knew all about the so-called fallacy of the argumentum ad hominem.
Explanation: It is a Latin sentence that literally means argument (argumentum) against the person (ad hominem)
It is used when the person making the argument is personally attacked instead of the argument itself
Rita Cavaiani Local time: 05:59 Native speaker of: French, Italian PRO pts in pair: 16