Canadian instructors especially may find useful this site that lists fallacies from the recent federal election. It’s always nice to have topical examples!!
October 20, 2015
Federal election fallacies
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I am an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Windsor, Canada, where I am also cross-appointed to Women's and Gender Studies and Director of the Interdisciplinary PhD program in Argumentation Studies. View all posts by Cate Hundleby
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