Can you outsmart the college admissions fallacy? - Elizabeth Cox
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One of such logical fallacy is circular reasoning, which is when you attempt to make an argument by beginning with an assumption that what you are trying to prove is already true.
For more examples of circular reasoning, check out this resource. Another helpful resource is on Logically Fallacious. If you're looking for basic definitions and simple definitions, check out this Soft Schools.
For more information about logical fallacies, check out the links below:
Stephen’s guide of fallacies describes and gives detailed examples about fallacies
An illustrated book of bad arguments by Ali Almossawi is a delightful illustrated book about different kinds of fallacies.
Logically Fallacious is an ultimate collection of fallacies. In this book, Bo Bennett helps to see what kind of fallacies that occur in our arguments and helps realise the flaws in our arguments. Visit this interactive site to learn more about different types of fallacies.
Bad Arguments: 100 of the Most Important Fallacies in Western Philosophy. This book will help to see flawed arguments and fallacies and help you learn more about how to form better arguments.
The circular reasoning fallacy is only one of many logical fallacies. Watch episodes from TED-Ed’s Logical Fallacies series here to see if you can outsmart these common fallacies!
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