Dr. John Nolt et al. explain how the "appeals to ignorance" argument is a false dichotomy.
Drs. John Nolt, Dennis Rohatyn, and Achille Varzi discuss fallacious arguments that appeal to authority and to the people.
Drs. John Nolt, Dennis Rohatyn, and Achille Varzi explain the tu quoque fallacy.
Author Mark B. Woodhouse explains the pitfalls of the slippery slope argument.
Mark B. Woodhouse discusses the straw man fallacy.
Author Mark B. Woodhouse discusses the genetic fallacy.
Author Mark B. Woodhouse discusses the ad hominem fallacy.
Author Mark B. Woodhouse discusses the fallacy of petitio principii.
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