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“Logical Fallacies and How to Spot Them”, by Brian Harrington

Stop by and learn the difference between a Non sequitur and an ad hominem with Brian Harrington. More to follow!




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  • Cloudberry

    Great topic. Wouldn't mind seeing it a second time with people performing/acting the different arguments.

    July 8, 2014

  • Josh

    For more information on logical fallacies, check out The Fallacy Files: http://fallacyfiles.org

    1 · July 8, 2014

  • Victor B.

    Brian,
    might you have a copy of the notes or of your presentation that you can share?

    1 · July 8, 2014

  • sanora

    Great meeting & we sure did learn lots of information.

    July 8, 2014

  • Mary G O.

    Thank you for all the good information! It was very good to see you guys!

    1 · July 7, 2014

  • Mary G O.

    I am going to the meeting but just getting off work now and need to go by my house. be there a few minutes late--sorry

    1 · July 7, 2014

  • Victor B.

    Important stuff. Formal versus Informal Fallacies is an important distinction to be made as well.

    1 · June 27, 2014

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