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Logical Fallacies That Dumb People Use To Win Arguments, And How To Spot Them
NancyLuna
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A fallacy is the use of invalid and unreasonable facts, that most people use during an argument to defeat their opponents. All fallacious people use personal attacks and illogical facts to deceive other people, they are always afraid to accept the truth. We encounter these people every day.

https://www.hankermag.com/invalid-argume...fallacies/

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7 posts
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All cite the same source.

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NPC is the newest. chuckle
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The OP is amazingly valid anywhere. My favorite is #8. That's just science for Hitler.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-21-2018 03:39 PM)
7 posts
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OP did reply on one thread. Hiding My mistake.
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RE: Logical Fallacies That Dumb People Use To Win Arguments, And How To Spot Them
NancyLuna  Wrote: (10-21-2018 03:20 PM)
A fallacy is the use of invalid and unreasonable facts, that most people use during an argument to defeat their opponents. All fallacious people use personal attacks and illogical facts to deceive other people, they are always afraid to accept the truth. We encounter these people every day.

https://www.hankermag.com/invalid-argume...fallacies/

Jptdknpa

nice !
a slightly longer list

The Tree of Knowledge Obfuscation: Misrepresentation by Argument

The following is The Ethical Skeptic’s list, useful in spotting both formal and informal logical fallacies, cognitive biases, statistical broaches and styles of crooked thinking on the part of those in the Social Skepticism movement. It is categorized by employment groupings so that it can function as a context appropriate resource in a critical review of an essay, imperious diatribe or publication by a thought enforcing Social Skeptic. To assist this, we have comprised the list inside an intuitive taxonomy of ten contextual categories of mischaracterization/misrepresentation:

Opponents, Locution or Semantics, Evidence or Data, Bias or Method, Science, Argument, Assumption, Groups, Self and Authority

https://theethicalskeptic.com/2009/09/24...-argument/

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He says this tendency towards disagreement is structurally built into the online experience because in disagreeing, people tend to have much more to say than if they just expressed that they agreed. Interestingly, Graham points out that, even though it might feel like it if you spend much time in comment sections, the world is not necessarily getting angrier. But it could if we don’t observe a certain restraint in how we disagree. To disagree better, which will lead to better conversations and happier outcomes, Graham came up with these seven levels of a disagreement hierarchy (DH):
DH0. Name-calling
DH1. Ad hominem
DH3. Contradiction
DH4. Counterargument
DH5. Refutation
DH6. Refuting the Central Point.

http://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.html

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-08-2018 05:51 PM)
He says this tendency towards disagreement is structurally built into the online experience because in disagreeing, people tend to have much more to say than if they just expressed that they agreed. Interestingly, Graham points out that, even though it might feel like it if you spend much time in comment sections, the world is not necessarily getting angrier. But it could if we don’t observe a certain restraint in how we disagree. To disagree better, which will lead to better conversations and happier outcomes, Graham came up with these seven levels of a disagreement hierarchy (DH):
DH0. Name-calling
DH1. Ad hominem
DH3. Contradiction
DH4. Counterargument
DH5. Refutation
DH6. Refuting the Central Point.

http://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.html

chuckle

you do all of those things all the time
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RE: Logical Fallacies That Dumb People Use To Win Arguments, And How To Spot Them
Manosteel  Wrote: (11-08-2018 05:53 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-08-2018 05:51 PM)
He says this tendency towards disagreement is structurally built into the online experience because in disagreeing, people tend to have much more to say than if they just expressed that they agreed. Interestingly, Graham points out that, even though it might feel like it if you spend much time in comment sections, the world is not necessarily getting angrier. But it could if we don’t observe a certain restraint in how we disagree. To disagree better, which will lead to better conversations and happier outcomes, Graham came up with these seven levels of a disagreement hierarchy (DH):
DH0. Name-calling
DH1. Ad hominem
DH3. Contradiction
DH4. Counterargument
DH5. Refutation
DH6. Refuting the Central Point.

http://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.html

chuckle

you do all of those things all the time

IKR, he sure projects a lot.

Lmao
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Another He Man sock......jesus.
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I don't give a damn.
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Logical Fallacies like

NO COLLUSION

WE DIDN'T COLLUDE

COLLUSION IS NOT ILLEGAL

THERE WAS NO COLLUSION

FAKE NEWS
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RE: Logical Fallacies That Dumb People Use To Win Arguments, And How To Spot Them
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (10-21-2018 04:20 PM)
NancyLuna  Wrote: (10-21-2018 03:20 PM)
A fallacy is the use of invalid and unreasonable facts, that most people use during an argument to defeat their opponents. All fallacious people use personal attacks and illogical facts to deceive other people, they are always afraid to accept the truth. We encounter these people every day.

https://www.hankermag.com/invalid-argume...fallacies/

Jptdknpa

nice !
a slightly longer list

The Tree of Knowledge Obfuscation: Misrepresentation by Argument

The following is The Ethical Skeptic’s list, useful in spotting both formal and informal logical fallacies, cognitive biases, statistical broaches and styles of crooked thinking on the part of those in the Social Skepticism movement. It is categorized by employment groupings so that it can function as a context appropriate resource in a critical review of an essay, imperious diatribe or publication by a thought enforcing Social Skeptic. To assist this, we have comprised the list inside an intuitive taxonomy of ten contextual categories of mischaracterization/misrepresentation:

Opponents, Locution or Semantics, Evidence or Data, Bias or Method, Science, Argument, Assumption, Groups, Self and Authority

https://theethicalskeptic.com/2009/09/24...-argument/

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-08-2018 05:11 PM)
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-08-2018 05:51 PM)
He says this tendency towards disagreement is structurally built into the online experience because in disagreeing, people tend to have much more to say than if they just expressed that they agreed. Interestingly, Graham points out that, even though it might feel like it if you spend much time in comment sections, the world is not necessarily getting angrier. But it could if we don’t observe a certain restraint in how we disagree. To disagree better, which will lead to better conversations and happier outcomes, Graham came up with these seven levels of a disagreement hierarchy (DH):
DH0. Name-calling
DH1. Ad hominem
DH3. Contradiction
DH4. Counterargument
DH5. Refutation
DH6. Refuting the Central Point.

http://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.html
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