Crimes Against Logic by Jamie Whyte (2/7)

Whyte’s book serves as a practical guide to resisting the allure of bad reasoning that you can begin using immediately after finishing the last page. It brims with everyday examples of logical fallacies. From the all too common right to an opinion all the way through to the inflation of language: a fallacy even academics fall for. Crimes Against Logic clears the arena of fog that tends to suffocate debates and gives the upper hand to the person who can spot fallacious reasoning.

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Written by Taegan Lion

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