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Train yourself to be your own best friend.

andwuwei follows:
  • Equivocation / A word is used in two different senses in an argument / Major premise: Nothing is better than eternal happiness. Minor premise: A sandwich is better than nothing. Conclusion: A sandwich is better than eternal happiness.
  • False Cause / Supposing two events are connected when they are not
  • Hasty Generalisation (Overgeneralization) / When a conclusion about a group is drawn from an unrepresentative sample, especially a sample that is too small or too narrow. It is the opposite of slothful induction.
  • False Dilemma / Something is falsely claimed to be an "either/or" situation, when in fact there is at least one additional option. The false dilemma fallacy can also arise simply by accidental omission of additional options rather than by deliberate deception.
jul 7 2019 ∞
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