#2078: Examples Do NOT Prove Arguments [Work On Your Game Podcast]

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You need to understand that when you’re trying to prove an argument, you need more than just giving an example of something that you saw or heard.

Show Notes:

[06:49] 1) A hasty generalization is a claim based on a few examples rather than substantial truth.
[16:28] 2) People use examples to prove arguments based on emotions because emotions sway people and bypass logical thought.
[27:03] 3) An argument must be backed up by evidence.
[32:22] Recap

Episodes Mentioned:

1827: Habits Of A Critical Thinker [2/2] https://dreallday.com/1827-
2073: Signs That You’re NOT A Critical Thinker https://dreallday.com/2073-

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