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concerns logical fallacies, which are errors in the logic or reasoning of an argument that result in a misconception or presumption

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I was arguing with a climate change denier. He said that appealing to a scientific consensus, even one as overwhelming as 97%, is fundamentally an appeal to authority fallacy and hence invalid. He s …
asked Dec 4 '16 by Vikram
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In a rather heated climate change argument with a denier, he proposed the rather deluded idea that he would be less willing to support climate change policies because they would lower his quality of l …
asked Dec 5 '16 by Vikram
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I apologize in advance if this sounds more like an opinion piece than a question, but I think it might deserve some discussion here. Learning about rationality, fallacies, psychology and … many tangents to resolve itself properly. So it's possible that learning about fallacies and the different aspects of rationality for the sole purpose of argumentation, is ultimately a form of mental …
asked Dec 9 '16 by Vikram