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Reason versus Emotion
Critical thinking textbooks tend to emphasize the negative role of emotions and ... I think that emotion can play a role in this, in terms of providing the ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
Past Belief: This is the “everybody has always known…” fallacy. Obviously, it is just a twist on the common belief fallacy. Just because something has been ...
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Contrary-to-Fact Hypothesis: In this fallacy, we take a factual situation and claim that if different things had happened then it would not have turned out ...
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Far-Fetched Hypothesis: Many people seem willing to accept hypotheses that ... A far-fetched hypothesis is exemplified in some late night TV ads: “Call the ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
Ad hominem or Attacking the Person: In this fallacy, the messenger is ..... Far-Fetched Hypothesis: Many people seem willing to accept hypotheses that are ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
Past Belief: This is the “everybody has always known…” fallacy. Obviously, it is just a twist on the common belief fallacy. Just because something has been ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
In addition, I am providing other examples and descriptions from other resources. .... fallacy. Obviously, it is just a twist on the common belief fallacy. ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
Past Belief: This is the “everybody has always known…” fallacy. Obviously, it is just a twist on the common belief fallacy. Just because something has been ...
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LOGICAL FALLACIES
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