Author Topic: A nice young man explains the most common logical fallicies  (Read 84 times)

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and he does it very well. Cleary and simply, usig familiar examples that even people with no idea of what a logical fallacy is can understand what he's talking about.

What they are and why they're wrong.

Not sure there's really much to discuss, just thought it was worth posting for enjoyment. We see so much of this here, it's a small pleasure to see a young guy make such helpful and articulate use of his own good sense, and technology. Pro-social media comes in many forms.
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Re: A nice young man explains the most common logical fallicies
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2014, 03:37:01 PM »
Are you saying there are trolls on these forums? :laugh:  Could it just be that this stuff was pushed into them while their skulls were still soft,and they don't know better?  my guess is trolls
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Re: A nice young man explains the most common logical fallicies
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2014, 12:23:42 PM »
Not saying it so much as implying it, but yes.  ;)
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