Cause and Effect Topics
The cause and effect topics that concern us in our day-to-day life are listed below. Writing on them should help in getting into the fundamentals of many important concepts of cause and effect.
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How to Use Inductive Reasoning
Reasoning was confusing enough but then you had to have inductive and deductive reasoning leaping out of that logic textbook to make a grab for your throat! Read on to get some useful pointers on how to use inductive reasoning.
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Dialectical Thinking
Dialectical thinking is all about how an individual perceives conflicting concepts to develop a comprehensive point of view. This article explains it dialectically.
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How to Write a Cause and Effect Essay
A cause and effect essay need not require any further explanation, as to what it contains. As the name clearly suggests, this kind of an essay presents reasons and explanations for events or conditions.
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Deductive Vs. Inductive Reasoning
The aim behind presenting this comparison between inductive and deductive reasoning is to clear out the differences between these two different methodologies of thought. It will provide you with a perspective on these analytical...
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Circular Reasoning
Circular reasoning is quite an interesting way of proving a point to another person. However, what is the difference between this type of reasoning and the normal way of reasoning? Is it of any use? Read on to know the answers of...
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Inductive Reasoning Examples
Inductive reasoning
In psychology, inductive reasoning or 'induction' is defined as reasoning based on detailed facts and general principles, which are eventually used to reach a specific conclusion. It is one of the two types of reasoning; deductive...
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Deductive Reasoning Examples
Example of deductive reasoning
Examples of deductive reasoning help a person understand this type of reasoning better.
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Confirmation Bias Explained with Examples
Confirmation bias example
Confirmation bias fallacy is a cognitive bias which makes human beings concentrate on information that supports their beliefs, and neglect or undermine that information which goes against their beliefs.
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How Do Behavioral Biases Affect the Way We Think?
Denomination effect meaning
Denomination Effect is a preference to spend currency of the smaller denomination (coins, for instance), than the currency of a larger denomination (dollar bill). Giving away five 'ten dollar' and one 'fifty dollar' bills seem to...
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Meaning of 'Fallacy of Composition' with Examples
Meaning of fallacy of composition
Fallacy of composition is an error in reasoning, which occurs when we try to assign the characteristics of an individual to an entire group, and conclude that they are similar, when in fact, they are not.
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Explanation of Either-or Fallacy With Examples
Either-or fallacy example
The either-or fallacy, also known as false dilemma or false dichotomy, is a type of fallacy (logically false belief) wherein a said situation has only a limited number of alternatives. But in reality, it can have more. Buzzle, in...
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Understanding Genetic Fallacy With Examples
Genetic fallacy example
If you ever lost an argument in your social circle due to being ignorant of the origins of the subject, then you have been subject to genetic fallacy. We explain the concept of genetic fallacy, along with some examples for better...
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Ad Hominem: Meaning and Examples
Ad hominem example
Ad hominem is when you make personal attacks on a person arguing with you on a completely different matter, wavering from the original topic of concern. Let's have a closer look at its types with examples.
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Meaning of Red Herring Fallacy
Red herring fallacy example
A red herring fallacy is used to distract someone from the central topic of discussion, and mislead the individual to a completely different direction. Buzzle explains its meaning with the help of some examples.
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Understanding the Concept of Straw Man Argument with Examples
Concept of straw man argument
The straw man argument is a fallacy committed either intentionally or by accident to win an argument. To understand the concept better, this article tells you all about the straw man argument with some easy examples.
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Spurious Correlation Explained With Examples
Spurious correlation explanation
A spurious correlation is a relationship wherein two events/variables that actually have no logical connection are inferred to be related due an unseen third occurrence. This Buzzle article explains spurious correlation with...
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