A logical list of logical fallacies can be found by entering the request into the search engine of your choice. A list can also be found in various English reference books.
One may find lists of logical fallacies in many academic databases such as educational institutions. The University of Texas at El Paso includes a master list of logical fallacies on its website.
A logical fallacy means that an argument does not prove anything even though it may appear logically sound. Even though many of these arguments have been proven as false, they still hold persuasive power because they seem sound. While many logical fallacies have no deliberate malicious intent, they still spread misinformation. Types of logical fallacies include ad hominem, appeal to tradition, bandwagon, circular reasoning, half-truths, loaded questions, red herring and straw man.