The 11th Commandment: Thou Shalt Call Them Out On Their B.S.

For those of you who fell asleep in Philosophy class (guilty as charged), here’s a handy chart with 24 of the most common logical fallacies used in arguments, from the “strawman” to the “slippery slope.” Go from wrong to strong: Know your argument and counter-argument!

If you ever wondered what an “ad hominem argument” is, now you know. Click here to visit the fully interactive site, which offers definitions and examples of the most common logical fallacies plaguing our debates today. Then go forth and logically win every argument with your friends … and find new friends. 

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