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The Structure and Purpose of Argument

Lecture no. 7 from the course: Your Deceptive Mind: A Scientific Guide to Critical Thinking Skills

The Structure and Purpose of Argument

Taught by Professor Steven Novella | 32 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Focus on one of the most important reasoning tools you can use to override the flaws in neurological function: argumentation. What makes for a true argument? How is an effective argument built? What’s the difference between inductive and deductive logic? What common logical fallacies are we most susceptible to—and how can you avoid them?

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