Tag: debate

9 Is one commiting the "argument from authority" fallacy and/or the "consensus fallacy" when one refers to a scientific consensus when asserting truth? 2016-06-25T18:58:37.653

9 Is there (or does something exist that is close to) a theory of arguments? 2016-10-09T13:12:56.060

8 What is an 'argumentum ad lapidem'? 2011-06-13T18:57:05.853

5 What is the proper response in a debate when your opponent ignores your counterarguments? 2019-03-09T15:26:38.957

5 Which fallacy: Thinking everything someone does in a discussion that's wrong is a fallacy? 2019-11-07T15:09:01.437

4 Presenting an example, then claiming the other person needs more information before using the same example - is either of us making a fallacy? 2019-08-04T12:35:18.200

3 What is a logical fallacy that involves arguing according to a different definition of a word? 2016-10-30T15:36:00.897

3 Is it sophistry to underline that a logical conclusion might stem from an ideology? 2016-12-19T14:35:02.763

3 Logic and reason is circular reasoning..? 2017-11-21T04:30:53.957

3 Any good philosophy debate recommendations? 2018-02-17T18:07:16.310

3 How to debate with someone who asks for proof of a fact they are not denying 2018-03-30T16:29:06.867

3 What does Slavoj Zizek mean by Hegel's reading of "felix culpa"? 2019-04-26T11:43:15.697

3 What is it called when an opponent tells you to look up the source of their own claim, yourself? 2019-05-01T05:36:33.987

2 Is there a term for the logical arguing of what *should* be done, as opposed to what is true? 2013-09-20T13:14:50.357

2 Is there a logical fallacy in "dropping down" to a different level of abstraction? 2016-02-03T14:07:22.757

2 Philosophical "blind-siding" - Is it fair? What is it referred to as in common culture today? 2016-11-15T22:09:14.383

2 Is there a name for a fallacy wherein it is assumed either someone is lying or their assertion is true? 2017-05-16T16:38:05.263

2 Are exams pointless 2018-02-13T03:19:23.593

2 How does philosophy advance despite irreconcilable background assumptions ("positions") on every topic? 2018-08-01T15:49:09.533

2 Are there any techniques for dealing with an arguer who continually denies facts? 2018-12-12T12:30:35.933

2 How would you discredit this faulty argument? 2019-02-25T15:35:17.460

1 The real question of the Holocaust is not ‘where was God?’, but ‘where was man?’ 2013-03-15T19:46:15.187

1 Judging the Logical Conclusion for this Epistemological Debate 2014-04-09T20:29:39.937

1 The blur between proof and evidence 2014-10-21T18:09:03.987

1 Philosophy and Psychology of Emotion 2014-10-29T07:20:21.093

1 Flow charting a philosophical argument 2015-09-04T17:42:17.803

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

1 What debating tactic does the monk Nagasena use against King Milinda? 2016-02-14T04:38:26.490

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

1 How does rhetoric and substance interact in a successful debate? 2016-07-27T15:30:25.243

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

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

1 How does one comment on does actions similar to Hitler's without invoking Godwin's Law? 2017-06-07T05:51:53.087

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

1 Checking the validity of the logical conclusion gleaned from a heated conversation 2019-04-04T17:51:42.930

1 How do I reply to a conspiracy theorist that claims that the evidence is also part of the lie? 2019-04-14T15:20:56.017

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 Name of fallacious reasoning about the reality of abstractions 2019-06-06T07:41:04.133

1 Deterministic or stochastic universe? 2019-11-06T12:13:56.683

1 Name of the argument fallacy when someone only attempts to refute one of your points? 2020-03-18T06:13:54.263

0 What are some tools for overcoming bias within a participant when engaged in a Socratic debate? 2013-11-01T07:10:06.467

0 What Philosopher Said This? 2015-01-06T18:59:20.257

0 What logical fallacies exist in David Lewis and Stephanie Lewis' article called "holes"? 2015-06-23T16:22:41.037

0 In the context of debate centred on a statement, how to validate arguments given to confirm or disconfirm that statement in a logical manner? 2016-09-09T06:40:23.353

0 Is there any rational justification to the counterargument "I refuse to answer your question on the basis that it is a hypothetical question?" 2019-03-19T21:28:33.767

0 I'm trying to identify a rhetorical device 2019-12-25T03:07:12.250

0 Difference between non-sequitur fallacy and post hoc fallacy? 2020-11-28T21:03:31.930

0 Is my analysis of Dawkins fallicies correct? 2020-11-30T14:57:24.913

0 Is it possible to draw the line with "hasty generalization"? 2020-12-05T13:59:54.303

0 Why are there "debates" amongst scientists? 2021-02-21T16:35:56.087

-1 What is an 'argumentum ad baculum'? 2011-06-14T08:37:20.253

-1 What are the latest arguments for/against the existence of God? 2011-08-25T16:27:14.150

-1 Can one argue against the objectivity of Social Media and TV sources as compared to more traditional bibliographical sources? 2015-12-15T17:29:29.410

-1 Is there a term for someone restricting a discussion to a group of people? 2020-06-19T03:06:22.927