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The 'Neil Fallacy' of Attitude Differentials

I am going to coin a term called the ‘Neil fallacy,’ or more pompously, ‘fallacy of attitude differentials.’

In an interview with Diane Abbott, the Labour MP, the interviewer Andrew Neil seemed displeased at Abbott’s words: 536 more words

The Fallacy of the Best People

“My personal belief is that when you reach out to the best people you can, you’ll probably end up hitting about 50/50 men and women,” … 383 more words

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The Fallacies of the Mass :: In Class Essay 2

America has always been the land where dreams come true. This appeal alone has attracted many to come to this dream land to pursue their dream. 761 more words

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The fallacy of relative privation

Many years ago, in undergrad, I took a course called “Logic.” It was, embarrassingly enough, my math credit, which tells you why I did so badly in my advanced econ class four years later. 576 more words

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Objections to the Cosmological Argument - the fallacy of composition

This objection states that the cosmological arguments commits a fallacy of composition.

What is a fallacy of composition and how does it relate to the cosmological argument? 475 more words

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'Whataboutery': The Fail-Safe of Islamophobes

The first time I heard the term ‘whataboutery’ was on a recent BBC Big Question’s debate regarding whether Human Rights has achieved more than religion over the course of human history. 1,412 more words

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'Whataboutery': The Fail-Safe of Islamophobes

The first time I heard the term ‘whataboutery’ was on a recent BBC Big Question’s debate regarding whether Human Rights has achieved more than religion over the course of human history. 1,412 more words

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