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Category:Evaluating arguments

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See the main article for this category, Logical validity.

Evaluating arguments

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This category comprises articles about assessing arguments, including information about logic, deductive and inductive reasoning, and rhetorical fallacies. They are designed to help evaluate the validity of an argument. When you are inundated with "evidence" and arguments that seem wrong, but you don't know why, check these out.