I saw this a while back, and thought it was brilliant. I want a poster of it for my classroom. But in the meantime, look at it here. If you’re wondering, Am I really taking part in a rational argument here? Is my argument really based on reason? run your argument through this flowchart. I got it from here, but I think it originates with this guy.
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