A phrase put on an appeal or debate addressed towards the maxims passions or passions of a person
- attracting private considerations (in place of to fact or reason)
- A phrase applied to an appeal or argument resolved to the maxims, passions, or passions of a person.
To the individual. A term utilized in reasoning with reference to your own argument.
c.1600, Latin, virtually "to a person," from advertising "to" (see ad-) + hominem, accusative of homo "man" (see homunculus).
A phrase put on an appeal or argument addressed to the concepts, passions, or interests of a person.
Sequence which is the more known in ordine ad hominem in the case of the causal principle differs from merely psychological conviction is not made fully clear.