In this session, Joelle Hodge leads the discussion about the is-ought fallacy. This fallacy is another fallacy of presumption. When we use this fallacy, we seek to mistakenly assume that just because something is the case—that it should be the case. Outline (00:10) Joelle introduces the is-ought fallacy. Definition from the AA textbook: “Arguments that assume…
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