Fallacy Critical Thinking

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If this person is arguing, say, why a project must be aware of a certain risk, and you dismiss them because they’re always complaining, you’re making a logical fallacy. It’s okay not to like somebody, but give their argument its due.People who work together might not otherwise spend time together, and people who work together often become irritated with one another’s habits or quirks. Be dispassionate and see if it makes logical sense within context. Ignorance merely shows that one doesn’t know something.It means we do the research and learn before making a decision.

If this person is arguing, say, why a project must be aware of a certain risk, and you dismiss them because they’re always complaining, you’re making a logical fallacy. It’s okay not to like somebody, but give their argument its due.

How can logical fallacies harm your decision-making process?

A return to the rigors of logic and critical thinking can help solve a lot of the problems we face today.

Many act on their feelings, and feelings are fleeting, which means that we’re constantly shifting positions and getting nowhere in the process.

We give people authority all the time for little to no good reason.

Have you ever been at the supermarket and picked up a product, thinking: “I hear this is great!

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