posted by Kathy on .
The statement, "Assuming that if it is rational for one person to stand at a football game to get a better view then it is rational for everyone to stand at a football game to get a better view" is an example of:
the fallacy of division.
the fallacy of composition.
the ceteris paribus assumption
Would a list of fallacies help you? IF so, try here:
At least if you can decide what it is NOT, it might be easier to find what it is.