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Absolute Nonsense

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posted Thursday May 24, 2012 12:00 AM

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Bo Bennett, PhD

Social Scientist, Business Consutlant

About Bo Bennett, PhD

You can read my full bio at http://www.BoBennett.com.

One of the quickest ways to spot fallacious reasoning is to look for appeals to the absolute. Claims using words such as “every,” “all,” “none,” etc. are very often (not always) based on emotion and/or ignorance. Become aware of your own use of these terms and don't hesitate to correct yourself if needed.


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Bo Bennett, PhD
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