Tag: argumentation

2 ‘The claim that I had an affair with Miss A and that I didn’t father her child is false’ 2018-10-13T18:20:29.533

2 What is the fallacy when someone refuses to be specific 2019-02-07T10:48:56.623

2 What is the name of the "undeserved profits" fallacy? 2019-03-10T17:55:06.403

2 Help wanted - need descriptor for a partcular type/form of argument 2019-05-10T15:43:28.023

2 What undergraduate-level books focus on analogical arguments? 2019-06-13T06:44:16.483

2 Is argument from need a valid type of reasoning, even in some cases? 2019-08-02T16:26:49.027

2 Is metaphysics justified in its conclusions? 2019-09-23T18:07:47.393

2 Is this a logical fallacy or simply a bad argument? 2019-11-12T20:20:37.790

2 Is there a philosophical term for an invalid argument based on extreme (and irrelevant) comparisons to Nazis? 2019-11-12T23:15:04.153

2 Is it true that an argument cannot be both inductive and cogent? 2019-12-07T20:53:10.333

2 Are Pathos, Logos, and Ethos equally valid? 2019-12-09T03:21:08.960

2 Difference between theory revision and ad hoc proposals? 2020-05-18T14:31:26.440

2 What is the Texas sharpshooter fallacy? 2020-06-16T12:00:32.860

1 What, if any, common fallacy would relate to an appeal to the importance or gravity of a situation? 2011-10-29T10:17:51.890

1 Fallacy: shifting the point of the conversation 2013-06-22T08:35:16.230

1 Sound and Unsound arguments? 2013-11-19T08:21:44.400

1 Argumentum ab ignavia 2013-12-05T23:39:13.027

1 What fallacy/fallacies are present when a person discredits another person's arguments, by claiming they are not arguing for their own position? 2013-12-11T19:34:52.160

1 Does brevity justify using neologisms whose meaning is obvious (e.g. quality of being a dog = doghood) in philosophical writing 2014-05-06T13:30:48.637

1 Visciously circular arguments against philosophy 2014-08-27T15:15:31.977

1 Tu quoque and scientific anti-philosophy 2014-08-28T20:40:41.447

1 Why does Justice Breyer say himself that his is not a logical argument? 2014-09-19T06:21:29.100

1 What is 'fence sitting' in an essay context? 2014-09-28T06:10:48.627

1 Equivocation Fallacy: When the context of similarity is not the context of the argument 2014-09-30T10:34:32.800

1 What's the difference between being in a simultion vs base reality 2014-10-27T19:49:39.890

1 Is there a word for a fallacy made by a listener instead of a speaker? 2014-11-11T14:42:06.317

1 What are the ways one can use to demonstrate that it's possible for something to exist? 2014-11-13T19:43:21.370

1 Counter argument to Nozick's counter to principle of fairness 2015-02-11T05:23:15.140

1 When writing, why would a conclusion precede a premise? 2015-04-17T17:45:45.293

1 Is 'Almost everyone' both a guarding term and assuring term here? 2015-04-18T16:42:37.667

1 Suppose the conclusion of an argument is known to be tautologous. Do you have to do a truth table to know whether it is valid or invalid? 2015-04-21T00:45:01.037

1 What does 1 John, 4:19. imply? 2015-06-01T22:28:56.960

1 Does scientific and logical evidence have a supremacy over emperical evidence? 2015-06-09T13:18:25.537

1 The problem with infinite regression in the argument about "why we should go vegan" 2015-06-12T13:08:35.167

1 For arguments, besides validity and soundness, what of Potential Convincingness? 2015-06-18T00:47:01.940

1 How do we know our logic is correct? 2015-10-04T20:16:47.313

1 explain valid or invalid 2015-11-09T16:35:04.870

1 "That religion is not a race doesn't stop people who attack it from being racist!" Is this a logical fallacy? 2015-11-17T00:25:21.573

1 INUS conditions for invalid arguments 2015-12-05T23:56:59.137

1 What fallacy is "sports use it so it must be a good system"? 2015-12-19T12:35:47.370

1 Is this argument, with roots in virtue ethics, valid? 2016-01-03T22:08:38.670

1 Is it legitimate to win a moral debate with logic? 2016-02-03T06:10:09.247

1 If one is coerced into believing something that is actually true, have they truly been deceived? 2016-03-03T19:08:15.963

1 Law of Contrapositives? 2016-03-12T00:48:18.473

1 Critical Thinking Course - A Good Choice? 2016-04-26T01:15:05.580

1 Problematic conditional argument: what is the logical form and is it valid? 2016-05-06T12:49:43.450

1 To Check or not to Check? 2016-05-28T08:43:15.310

1 How can you succeed against an excessively self-serving and defensive opponent? 2016-06-14T04:23:30.570

1 Is there a term for this 'disclaimer' technique used in statements? 2016-06-30T22:41:01.717

1 Is "a vote for a third party is a vote for x" a valid argument? 2016-07-21T11:44:54.270

1 What is a logical fallacy that involves saying that a person is something solely because they said so? 2016-08-03T22:32:49.817

1 Does the following argument involve a fallacy? 2016-09-02T22:23:09.220

1 How to refute “big picture” arguments? 2016-09-03T04:57:32.050

1 Not sure if my logical equivalences are correct here or not 2016-09-09T06:36:59.727

1 Inductive conclusions go beyond the content of the premise(s) 2016-10-12T00:21:08.123

1 Can rational argument really change someone's opinion? 2016-12-09T11:36:38.403

1 Structure diagram 2017-01-09T02:44:07.310

1 Name of fallacy that argues against the tools necessary for the argument 2017-01-09T04:02:09.713

1 Whats the main conclusion? 2017-01-11T22:26:49.603

1 Ethical evaluation of means used for wealth redistribution 2017-02-15T12:54:26.063

1 Looking for a name for this flawed argument "tactic" 2017-02-22T17:00:36.397

1 Write down a sentence that is a contradiction if and only if the argument ‘X, therefore Y’ is valid 2017-04-17T13:05:57.430

1 What fallacy is it to say someone is wrong because they believe [some word defined as being wrong]? 2017-04-25T15:04:13.777

1 Identifying deployed rhetoric instruments 2017-05-18T09:40:35.127

1 Someone said argument A, the other heard argument A', is that a fallacy? 2017-05-28T15:22:07.333

1 Can you make a valid inference invalid by adding extra premises? 2017-06-03T11:38:14.610

1 Identifying logical fallacy in argument 2017-06-16T23:38:44.177

1 Fallacy: you cannot criticize Q at time A because you did not criticize Q at time B? 2017-06-30T02:36:50.250

1 Is this Argument from analogy valid? 2017-08-28T06:37:15.130

1 Name of style of argumentation through questions? 2017-09-20T14:16:38.460

1 Declining Choice 2017-10-26T01:44:14.130

1 Why are these premises on vegetarianism "intuitive"? 2017-11-11T02:04:20.217

1 Can anyone assist me with Toulmin's model of argumentation in Philosophy? 2017-11-13T21:23:06.953

1 Name of this argumentation 2017-11-20T11:37:08.570

1 Is this "If nobody did it" a fallacy? 2017-11-21T12:13:58.173

1 Determine if an argument is valid or invalid 2018-01-29T22:05:45.740

1 Why these two ways of constructing an argument produce different results? 2018-03-29T12:03:40.770

1 Are there convincing arguments for dualism? 2018-04-08T06:01:31.587

1 "There are no absolutes." 2018-04-14T01:37:05.713

1 Any good papers or literature about analysis of argumentation contexts? 2018-04-14T10:51:44.517

1 What are the premises and conclusion of the Functionalist claim that "matter doesn't matter"? 2018-04-19T15:59:48.273

1 Is it irrational to criticise political systems and not their members? 2018-05-08T19:33:43.137

1 Thoughts on Post-Structuralism and Post-Modernist theory? 2018-05-09T07:00:35.937

1 Why is Jackson’s Knowledge Argument (“Mary’s room”) widely accepted as being self-consistent in its premises? 2018-06-16T14:19:03.767

1 What do you call this fallacy that relies on dubious transitivity? 2018-06-29T16:22:39.157

1 Extreme examples for exploring the scope of statements - does this technique have a name? - Is it a fallacy? 2018-08-19T03:18:00.100

1 Is this passage about different reading speeds an argument? 2018-09-09T12:12:40.850

1 You disagree with me, therefore you are X. What is the name of this fallacy (manipulative trick)? 2018-09-21T19:27:52.287

1 What is the difference between ampliative, abductive and inductive arguments? 2018-09-23T09:03:05.227

1 How to categorize a certain pattern of argumentation? 2018-10-01T17:32:58.553

1 Logical fallacy -- discrediting someone because they do something you agree with 2018-10-05T17:34:26.927

1 Term for a phrase meant to end an argument. 2018-11-23T19:28:45.107

1 Is the following statement true, false, or can't be determined? Why? 2019-02-19T15:28:58.853

1 Amoral argument for god? 2019-03-22T23:35:55.280

1 Name of "then you also cannot" pseudo argument 2019-03-26T16:52:32.280

1 Are deontologists arguing against virtue ethics, and if so does it matter? 2019-04-15T04:11:19.753

1 Making an irrelevant generalization that dilutes the original argument — what's this fallacy? 2019-05-05T22:22:04.180

1 Debating: Opponent asking for proof to deny his own statements and insists his statements were right at some point of time 2019-05-15T13:09:29.353

1 What fallacy is committed when one argues that a conclusion is false simply because the person arguing it has lied before? 2019-06-22T01:32:05.133