In this Wireless Philosophy video, Paul Henne (Duke University) describes the distinction between formal and informal fallacies. This distinction is useful for understanding the fallacies in Wi-Phi’s Critical Thinking section. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1vz5fK9 More on Paul Henne: http://bit.ly/29alRyb —- Wi-Phi @ YouTube: http://bit.ly/1PX0hLu Wi-Phi @ Khan Academy: http://bit.ly/1nQJcF7 Twitter: Tweets by wirelessphi Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1XC2tx3 Instagram: @wiphiofficial […]

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A description of the Logical Fallacy of Affirmative from Negative and Negative from Affirmative in Categorical Logic, which breaks the fourth rule of validity (90 Second Philosophy & Fallacy February).

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An explanation of the logical fallacy known as exclusive premises, in which a categorical syllogism breaks the third rule of validity and has two negative premises (Fallacy February & 100 Days of Logic).

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A description of the Illicit Minor and Illicit Major Fallacies which break the second rule of validity for categorical syllogisms (90 Second Philosophy & Fallacy February).

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The logical fallacy of Undistributed Middle where a categorical syllogism breaks the first rule of validity (90 Second Philosophy & 100 Days of Logic).

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A description of the Logical Fallacy known as Suppressed Evidence (Fallacy February & 90 Second Philosophy).

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A description of the Logical Fallacy known as Begging the Question (Fallacy February & 90 Second Philosophy).

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An explanation of the Logical Fallacy known as Appeal to Force (Fallacy February & 90 Second Philosophy).

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