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Shared lesson activities for The Weak Analogy Fallacy: Definition & Examples
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Logic 101 (#48): Affirming the Consequent
gametheory101.com/courses/logic-101/ In logic, affirming the consequent is a formal fallacy in which an individual claims that knowing P implies Q and that Q is...
Logical Fallacies: Meet the Red Herring
Moonbeam thwarts Eric's red herring with sound logic!
Friday Fallacy - False Equivalence
Each Friday I look at a different logical fallacy and discuss when it does and doesn't apply. This week it's the "dogs and fish are both pets therefore they bo...
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