In this session, Christopher Perrin leads the discussion about the fallacy of distinction without a difference, another fallacy of clarity. When we use this fallacy, we seek to argue for a difference between two things that really are not appreciably different at all. Outline (00:18) Dr. Perrin introduces this last lesson. He reminds the group…
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