List of 16 Most Common Logical Fallacies Explained with Examples

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list of most common logical fallacies explained Before going to the actual list of most common logical fallacies, let’s take a closer look at what an argument actually is. An argument is an attempt to convince …
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Daniel Kahneman – System 1 and System 2 Thinking Explained

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kahneman system 1 and system 2 thinking Noble Laureate Professor Daniel Kahneman describes mental life as composing of two fictitious characters – SYSTEM 1 and SYSTEM 2. In his book ‘Thinking Fast and Slow,’ he explains in …
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Appeal To Force Fallacy Examples

Appeal To Force Fallacy Examples in Real Life

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Appeal to Force is a logical fallacy that occurs when one uses the threat of force or intimidation to coerce another party to drop their argument. Example: Alex is waiting in …
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Slippery Slope Fallacy Examples in Real Life, in Commercials and in Politics

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Slippery Slope Fallacy Examples

What is the Slippery Slope Fallacy?

Before going into the examples, here is a definition of this fallacy. The Slippery Slope Fallacy is a logical fallacy where an argument is put …
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Anchoring Bias Examples

Anchoring Bias Examples in Real Life and in Business

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The Anchoring Bias…

… occurs when a person is influenced unconsciously by the initial piece of information (considered to be the Anchor), which in turn affects their final decision.

Anchoring Bias – Example …
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Mindset

Fixed and Growth Mindset – 7 Ideas To Shift Your Mindset

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Dr. Carol Dweck, a professor of psychology in Stanford University coined the terms ‘fixed mindset’ and ‘growth mindset.’ Starting out as a young researcher in the 1970s, she discovered these mindsets whilst …
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