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Just listened to your podcast and was amazed at some of the things you were saying about fallacies..and I really want to know more. I find this topic totally interesting. Maybe we can keep a thread open about fallacies but also would love to hear you talk about this more on more podcasts..

the AW COMEON thing just really got to me, and how you were talking about how they should teach about this to school children..wow..what an eye opener. Talk about peer pressure.

I'd ask that this thread be limited to the topic please and not just go off on a tangent some other way, I'd love to honestly learn more about this subject..thanks

(also if there are good links, books, etc.)
 
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Hi Brenda, do you remember which podcast that was? I know Paul brings up fallacies frequently, so my memory isn't helping.

Here is an article on fallacies that Paul wrote a number of years ago. He's had thoughts of expanding it to a book some day.
 
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yup that would be it..thanks for the link to the article
 
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