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#269: HOW TO SPOT FALLACIES—DR. WILLIAM M. BRIGGS
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Patrick Coffin Show
Published 5 months ago |
On Twitter, mathematics PhD (Cornell) Dr. Briggs is @famedcelebrity, and his website subtitle is “Statistician to the Stars”—both digs at our culture’s silly celeb worship. He co-authored an important book about the Covid scam titled The Price of Panic, and has a new one out, that does many things well, including explaining the difference between conservative and based; and scores of examples of fallacies and how to spot them.

A very enjoyable exchange with a natural raconteur, practicing Catholic, and man of hard science and logic.

In this episode, you will learn
👉The basic (and more profound than you think) difference between actually based and merely conservative.
👉The true definition of based (and debased)
👉What a fallacy is.
👉The top fallacies used online in debates, and by politicians every day.
👉Why everyone inescapably imposes his viewpoint on others
👉Why there are no “gay people” and no “transgendered people”
👉Why offending some people is necessary for communication success.

Resources mentioned in this episode
👉Everything You Believe Is Wrong by William M. Briggs https://amzn.to/3Gy7SkN
👉The (entertaining and enlightening) Briggs blog https://wmbriggs.com/
👉The Price of Panic: How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe, by William Briggs, Douglas Axe, and Jay Richards https://amzn.to/3ghpTZH
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