What are common logical fallacies that you encounter in discussions with others?
I see a lot of ad hominems on Twitter. Also countless faulty/hasty generalizations ["Everyone I know experiences X, so everyone must experience X."]
lots of ad hominem, and enough strawmen to uh, make a straw mob
I don't know logic, but what inhahe said is pretty common
The most common logical fallacy I see in the wild is confusing "if X then Y" with "if Y then X" or "all X are Y" with "all Y are X". Another one I see a lot, particularly in the news, is assuming correlation is causation.
Oh yeah and also deriving "not X, therefore not Y" from "X, therefore Y"
Sunken cost fallacy. There's a lot of ppl in my life unhappy with where they are but they're too afraid to make a change just because they've already put so much time into it
That coincidence in time is the same as causality.
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