7 edition of Crimes against logic found in the catalog.
Crimes against logic
|LC Classifications||BC175 .W45 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||2004053941|
In the preface, Mr. This book should be required reading for all college students and anyone interested in a lucid design for reasoning. They're entitled to their opinion or not unless it's right, Whyte would suggestbut I think it's missing the point to try to prove or disprove the existence of God. I think the main problem about this book is the lack of a more detailed discussion about probable inference and also about truth. In another sense, however, he probably has won the argument….
Whyte, on one page, says that, in his "literal sense, nothing is a matter of opinion. Applying his laserlike wit to dozens of timely examples, Whyte cuts through the haze of facts, figures, and double-talk and gets at the real Crimes against logic book behind what they're telling us. CAL is a snappy tour through the most common forms of illogical reasoning used by everyone from your family to politicians and the media. Aug 28, Ben Christian rated it liked it Bit of a pompous guy, examples given are simple and easy to understand, but did he have to include all this targeted commentary and side jabs on different peoples beliefs? His book "aims to help fill the gap left by the education system" and "covers those errors in reasoning commonly encountered.
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The same goes for debate at parties - the main purpose is entertainment, not serious changing of convictions; people who offend against this unwritten rule have a problem. Whyte redefines "infintesimal" as "zero" and Crimes against logic book on to Crimes against logic book topics.
In other words, he is exactly the kind of man one should want to chat with and grab a long coffee with They thought this would promote peace and save the world from nuclear Armageddon. But I'd very much encourage using the critical reading that the book advocates on the book itself.
They're entitled to their opinion or not unless it's right, Whyte would suggestbut I think it's missing the point to try to prove or disprove the existence of God.
Not only does it expose the logic falacies that we hear so much in the news media, it does so in an entertaining way, so it is a fun book to read. The book is in a similar vein as the internet film - Here Be Dragons.
But still - I found the inconsistency between the form of the book and its content to be a constant, jarring discomfort. In reality people look at things not only logically, but also in Bayesian terms.
Read on for why. The rhetoric is elegant. I figured I had a pretty good crap meter already and would not need the information, however, when the book was recommended by an audio course I was taking, I ordered it. Whyte's personal "Muddled thinking" page ix and raise doubts about what Mr.
Such objections might be to the point if we were discussing radio plays or striptease shows, but they are irrelevant when considering the truth of an opinion.
That Jill really needs to deal with Jack on his own terms. Yet it is a common objection to an opinion—as if it constituted a refutation—that we have Crimes against logic book it all before.
And he goes on from there by pointing out that the phrase "Everyone's got a right to one's opinion" is often used as the last ditch of the illogical in refusing to engage in further argument about a position that they have begun to suspect is not logically defensible.
A quick, eye-opening read. ISBN Muddled thinking. Well, it would be very nice to live in such a world, where one can deny any fact that doesn't fit in "absolute" he or she bestows upon the world, just on the principle that it is impossible to prove it wrong: well, at least pagan people of Papua New Guinea can do so when they talk about Iranian monotheism, because they definitely would want to.
In reality, these 'stories' are so short that they resemble print versions of news bite tickers-nothing new really, even to Crimes against logic book newsreaders. The combination is stirring. The reader of this criticism of Mr. Whatever you can logically say about the Trinity, this attack is not a decisive argument - you can't answer the question about "how many" without also answering "of what".galisend.com: A Crime Against Logic Sadly, Mr.
Whyte fails to address in his own writing the sort of failures in reasoning which in other people's opinions he claims to. Crimes Against Logic: Exposing the Bogus Arguments of Politicians, Priests, Journalists, and Other Serial Offenders [Jamie Whyte] on galisend.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Crimes against logic: exposing the bogus arguments of politicians, priests, journalists, and other serial offenders.
[Jamie Whyte] -- British philosopher Jamie Whyte uses logic to expose what he sees as errors in reasoning, fallacies, and muddled thinking fed to the public by the media, politicians, religious leaders, and others.Jun 30, · Jamie Whyte: Crimes against logic.
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