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Fallacies – Chronological Snobbery

A thesis is deemed incorrect because it was commonly held when something else, known to be false, was also commonly held.

Fallacies – Argument From Ignorance (Appeal to Ignorance, Argumentum ad Ignorantiam)

Assuming that a claim is true because it has not been or cannot be proven false, or vice versa.

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Vaccines: Safe or Not?

Vaccines: Arguments For and Against Many people are either strong proponents of vaccinations or are strongly opposed to them. Regardless of your present stance, I encourage you to take the time to examine the information presented here, as well as some of the references included. Vaccines: Top Pro and Con Arguments Although (naturally) I do …

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