“The Adventures of Fallacy Man”: Existential Comic explains why it’s not enough to point out a logical fallacy.

Why It’s Not Enough to Point Out a Logical Fallacy, Explained in Comic Form

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Jan. 6 2014 4:26 PM

Have You Met Fallacy Man? Here’s How to Defeat Him.

The following comic, which was first published last Monday, has been reprinted with the author’s permission. For more, check out his site, Existential Comics.

The Adventures of Fallacy Man
The Adventures of Fallacy Man
It's a good thing Fallacy Man didn't think of responding with 'Fallacy Fallacy' back, or they would have gotten into an infinite regress of logic and reason
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