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EC 23 - Explaining the undistributed middle

The fallacy of the undistributed middle has the form:

“All A are B. All C are B. Therefore, all A are C.” For example: The queen has a poodle. 622 more words

Mathematical Economics

Word of the day

Syllogism – an instance of a form of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two given or assumed propositions (premises); a common or middle term is present in the two premises but not in the conclusion, which may be invalid; a kind of logical argument that applies deductive reasoning to arrive at a conclusion based on two or more propositions that are asserted or assumed to be true; a deductive scheme of a formal argument consisting of a major and a minor premise and a conclusion; a subtle, specious, or crafty argument; deductive reasoning.


Free your Mind... and the rest will follow

I’m excited to announce the launch of a new YouTube series I’m working on.  This series will focus on spotting logical fallacies, with the hope of improving your critical thinking.  103 more words

Syllogism Doubt Solving

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Syllogism is very important topic for Banking aspirants thus I have created this post to provide doubt solving using videos for my Tick Cross method. 315 more words


Christianity Is Not For the Anti-Intellectual Mind

[Originally posted at Naked Christian Blog]

A common complaint of atheists, agnostics, the secularly religious, and skeptics of Christianity in is that Christianity is not a religion that is particularly intellectual; that is, it is not intellectually rigorous, or defensible on a scientific and philosophical level. 1,214 more words

Syllogism Practice Sheet 1 [Video]

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As syllogism is very important topic for cracking any Banking exam, I’ve created a video of my exercise sheet posted here. I will be discussing  95 more words


The Rhetoric

The Rhetoric Theory is based off the available means of persuasion. It was theorized by Aristotle son of a physician, and student of Plato. He wrote the rhetoric as a response to sophists, and developed it when people began to realize that public speakers had influential power to their listeners. 408 more words