220. What Is A “False Cause” Logical Fallacy?

Today Emma and Brittany discuss another logical fallacy called a “False Cause,” and explain how correlation does not always equal causation? Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi Emma. Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: So today I wanna continue a conversation. We have started in previous episodes and we’ve done a few of these, but I wanna talk […]

187. What Is An “Appeal to Emotions?”

Logical fallacies are all around us. Building on a previous episode, Emma and Brittany talk about the “appeal to emotions” and how it can be used against you in a philosophical discussion or debate. Links: The Tuttle Twins Guide to Logical Fallacies Here’s a transcript of our conversation: Brittany: Hi, Emma. Emma: Hi, Brittany. Brittany: So, in an […]

65. We published three new guidebooks!

Connor shares some quick info about three new non-fiction guidebooks we created, and they’re now for sale!   Here’s a transcript of our conversation:   Connor: Well, hello everyone. This is Connor Flying Solo. My first solo episode. I wanted to chime in really quick for a brief episode to talk to you about something […]

64. What Is A Logical Fallacy?

Logical Fallacies, or flawed reasoning, occur all the time in our world. Politicians use them, the media uses them, and unfortunately, many people routinely fall for these fallacies. Today, Connor and Brittany discuss what a logical fallacy is and how you can avoid using them and falling for them in everyday life. Links: Thou shalt […]