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Fallacies – Argument From Fallacy (the Fallacy Fallacy)

Assumption that if an argument for some conclusion is fallacious, the conclusion must also be false.

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Our Broken Education System

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XEqm_MmQFU   ❤ Kate Please see Disclaimer.

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Fallacies – Fallacy of Composition

Assuming that something true of part of the whole must also be true of the whole.

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Fallacies – Argument from Silence (Argumentum Ex Silentio)

Assuming that because there is a lack of textual or spoken evidence from an authoritative source, a certain claim is true, or vice versa.

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Fallacies – Intro

Ever been stuck in an argument, knowing that the other person's logic is faulty, but not knowing exactly why or how?

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Embarrassing Moments That Don’t Need to Be

(Five of them...).

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Something to Prove

Motivations behind our decisions and life choices.

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Feeling Dizzy?

Why is it that I always learn more poorly when preoccupied with the awareness of overarching, long-term, daunting, seemingly unreachable goals? Why does this awareness impair my ability to retain information and learn efficiently in the short term? It's as if I'm climbing a mountain or a steep cliff. Looking up at the top - …

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Control and Blame

Recently, a friend of mine was very good to remind me that several matters about which I was concerned were/are beyond my control, an observation for which I am grateful. I've been realizing lately just how many of my fears center around matters I can't control. If this is the case, then why do I …

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Things I’m Thankful For

So far, this month has been kinda rough. But it's also been sprinkled generously throughout with beauty, encouragement, and hope.