Most of us fall prey to logical fallacies, usually many times a day. However, clear thinking and analysis is crucial for making sense of all that affects us in our writing careers, our personal relationships, our interactions with our political system, and our daily decisions, large and small.
This infographic clearly and succinctly lays out 24 of the most common logical fallacies. I’m sure you’ll see several that you commit regularly. I certainly did.
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Which of these biases is a substantial problem for you? How can a better understanding of these biases help you in your writing career and your life overall?