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WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND WEDNESDAY ?

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LEARNING A FALLACY A DAY WILL KEEP THE TROLLS & NARCISSISTS AWAY

  • Argument from Ignorance: The fallacy that since we don’t know (or can never know, or cannot prove) whether a claim is true or false, it must be false (or that it must be true). E.g., “Scientists are never going to be able to positively prove their theory that humans evolved from other creatures because we weren't there to see it! So, that proves the Genesis six-day creation account is  literally true!” Sometimes this also includes “Either-Or Reasoning:” E.g., “The vet can't find any reasonable explanation for why my dog died. See! See! That proves that you poisoned him! There’s no other logical explanation!” A corrupted argument from logos. A fallacy commonly found in American judicial and forensic reasoning. See also "Argumentum ex Silentio." 

George Orwell

RESOURCES

Brave New World   ( movie online free )

1984                      ( movie online free )

YT-VIDEO

NATURAL LAW SEMINAR -  Mark Passio

DOCUMENTS:

The Bankruptcy of The United States
United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993 Vol. 33, page H-1303

 

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