Logical Fallacies 101: Ad Baculum
“Comrade, your statement is factually incorrect.” “Yes, it is. But it is politically correct.” So begins an essay by Angelo M. Codevilla, Professor Emeritus at Boston University, on the notion […]
Logical Fallacies 101: “Straw Man”
Strawmen, scarecrows, and mannequins all have one thing in common: they are, by nature, flimsy objects that are easy to knock down. In the context of logical fallacies, a “straw […]
The Logical Fallacy of Amphiboly and the Art of Ambiguity
Preliminary Comments Before we continue in the series, it was brought to my attention that there may be some benefit to the readers being exposed to the underlying metaphysics and […]
4 Ways that Logic Improves Your Quality of Life.
In 2017 Southern Evangelical Seminary, will be using its blog to equip those on social media with training on the logical fallacies. It is no secret that Logic is no […]