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57 votes
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Is circular reasoning always a fallacy?

15 votes

Is the statement "They like curry chicken." an objective or subjective statement?

10 votes
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Sum ergo cogito?

9 votes

Isn't the notion that everything will occur in an infinite timeline an example of the gambler's fallacy?

9 votes

Is mathematics politically and culturally neutral?

9 votes

What is the name of this logical fallacy: Why should your god be the one?

7 votes

When is pointing out a person's hypocrisy not considered to be a logical fallacy?

3 votes

Does any philosophy designate thoughts (independent of expression or action) as a subject of morality?

3 votes
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Can pure randomness be computed?

3 votes

Are there questions that science can't answer, but philosophy can?

3 votes

Why did Turing say computers manipulate symbols?

2 votes

What is the basis of the sunk cost fallacy?

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Does believing in a Christian God logically imply believing in miracles?

2 votes

When are semantically non-hostile expressions equivalent to pragmatically hostile ones?

2 votes

Is there a term for the belief that "if it's legal, it's moral"?

1 vote

What kind of fallacy is "Appeal to Force"?

1 vote

Can an argument be valid even though one of its premises is false?

1 vote

Fallacy of affirming the consequent or of denying the antecedent?

1 vote

Are all fallacious arguments invalid?

1 vote

Logical fallacy -- discrediting someone because they do something you agree with

1 vote

Is it scientific or a logical error to claim something is true because I can't think of another explanation

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valid or invalid: “S or R. Not S and Not R. Ergo, B.”

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Does single case chance actually exist?