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Tips on Arguing: Inductive Reasoning

In ancient Greece, philosophers and thinkers invented a process for arriving at truths about the world that we know today as deduction. These processes relied on taking general statements about the world and applying various logical rules to them in … Continue reading

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Tips on Arguing: Tautologies

Ever wonder why people call it a PIN number or an ATM machine? Ever hear someone say, “Wherever you go, there you are,” and think to yourself, well, duh? If you have, then you’ve already stumbled upon some common tautologies. … Continue reading

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