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They’re Logically Fallacious! Wishful Thinking

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May the fallacies be not-with you; Wishful Thinking: Wishful Thinking: (a.k.a. appeal to consequences) Another informal fallacy! When one finds the potential fallout of a conclusion appealing, one may find themselves simply deciding, often without words and within their own mind, to accept that given conclusion as true. This is the …

They’re Logically Fallacious! Wishful Thinking was last modified: May 3rd, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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They’re Logically Fallacious! Equivocation

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And another fallacy free week to you! What’s that you say, you want to hear about; Equivocation: Equivocation (a.k.a. Doublespeak) As yet another informal fallacy (we’ll get to others I promise), Equivocation works by using a word or words in a sense that it was not intended to be used for. This …

They’re Logically Fallacious! Equivocation was last modified: May 3rd, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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They’re Logically Fallacious! Begging the Question

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Let’s start off the new month right and non-fallaciously with, Begging the Question: Begging The Question (a.k.a. Assuming the initial point) As all we’ve reviewed so far have been, this is an informal fallacy. One that occurs when the conclusion of the argument is based on a premise that is also part …

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