Best logical fallacies podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Logical Fallacies
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Stephen's Guide to Logical Fallacies adapted for audio with permission from Stephen Downes. See Stephen's Guide to Logical Fallacies at www.fallacies.ca
 
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Mastering Logical Fallacies
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This is a crash course, meant to catapult you into a world where you start to see things how they really are, not how you think they are. The focus of this course is on logical fallacies, which loosely defined, are simply errors in reasoning. As you complete each lesson, you can make significant improvements in the way you reason and make decisions. Your ability to recognize bad arguments will be enhanced as well as your ability to articulate why an argument is bad. This is the audio version ...
 
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Logical Fallacies 2
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This logical fallacies content is used with permission from Dr. Michael C. Labossiere (www.opifexphoenix.com), also found at www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies.
 
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Logically Fallacious Blog
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Welcome to the Logical Fallacy Podcast, presented by Dr. Bo Bennett, author of Logically Fallacious. This is podcast where we look at logical fallacies in everyday use. Join the Logically Fallacious community at logicallyfallacious.com.
 
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Logical Fallacies with Peter Black
 
Conversations, Monologues, and Thought Experiments
 
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Logical Anarchy Today
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"Logical Anarchy Today" is a weekday (Mon through Fri) half hour podcast hosted by jon that tackles the fallacies in statism through current events. Learn more about anarchy and Jon by going to his website: www.logical-anarchy.comYou can support the show by entering Amazon through our link or on patreon as well.Hear more at www.logical-anarchy.com
 
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Fallacy Friday
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A series by Matthew Flannagan dealing with critical thinking, logic, and fallacies. More from Matthew Flannagan online at www.mandm.org.nz.
 
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You Are Not So Smart
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You Are Not So Smart is a celebration of self delusion that explores topics related to cognitive biases, heuristics, and logical fallacies. David McRaney interviews scientists about their research into how the mind works, and then he eats a cookie.
 
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Science, Debating and Creationism
 
A Podcast attempting to explain science in easy terms, go over logical fallacies and tie these subjects into the creation/evolution debate.
 
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Positive Dissent
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Dusten and Mat examine logical fallacies and other cognitive related topics on a weekly basis as they apply to historical and current events in this skeptical, not cynical, podcast that's laced with an abundance of positive humor and sometimes a poop joke or two. Please Think Responsibly.
 
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You Are Not So Smart
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You Are Not So Smart is a celebration of self delusion that explores topics related to cognitive biases, heuristics, and logical fallacies. David McRaney interviews scientists about their research into how the mind works, and then he eats a cookie.
 
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Critical Reasoning: A Romp Through the Foothills of Logic
 
This series of podcasts by Marianne Talbot will equip you with everything you need to improve your reasoning skills. You will learn to recognize arguments and distinguish them from other sets of sentences, analyse them logic-book style into premises and conclusion, classify them as deductive or inductive and evaluate them appropriately to their type. You will also learn about fallacies - bad arguments that look like good arguments.
 
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Introduction to Logic
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Logic is the study of the principles and methods used to distinguish "good" reasoning from "bad" reasoning. As it is through good reasoning that we plan, explain, persuade, convince, solve, and prove things successfully through language, good reasoning matters. So too do arguments, for they are the main medium through which we reason. Through the study of informal logic, not only will you learn that a good argument is cogent and a bad argument is fallacious, you will learn how to tell whethe ...
 
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The Critical Thinker Academy
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The Critical Thinker is dedicated to exploring what it means to think critically and independently about the issues that matter most to you. Join philosopher Kevin deLaplante as he explores the elements of critical thinking and answers listener questions about logic, argumentation, fallacies, the nature of scientific reasoning, the psychology of belief and persuasion, and a host of other topics. Note: iTunes also hosts a video version of this podcast.
 
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Critical Reasoning: A Romp Through the Foothills of Logic
 
This series of podcasts by Marianne Talbot will equip you with everything you need to improve your reasoning skills. You will learn to recognize arguments and distinguish them from other sets of sentences, analyse them logic-book style into premises and conclusion, classify them as deductive or inductive and evaluate them appropriately to their type. You will also learn about fallacies - bad arguments that look like good arguments.
 
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The Critical Thinker Podcast (Video)
 
The Critical Thinker Video Podcast explores what it means to think critically and independently about the issues that matter most to you. Join philosopher Kevin deLaplante as he explores the elements of critical thinking and answers listener questions about logic, argumentation, fallacies, the nature of scientific reasoning, the psychology of belief and persuasion, and a host of other topics. Note: iTunes also hosts an audio-only version of this podcast.
 
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Sophistical Elenchi by ARISTOTLE
 
The Sophistical Elenchi is the sixth of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). In the Sophistical Elenchi Aristotle identifies 13 falacies. Verbal Fallacies are: Accent or Emphasis; Amphibology; Equivocation; Composition; Division and Figure of Speech. Material Fallacies are: Accident; Affirming the Consequent; Converse Accident; Irrelevant Conclusion; Begging the Question; False Cause and Fallacy of Many Questions. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
 
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Why Islam is True with Shaykh Hamza Karamali
 
“Why Islam is True” is a series of 40 short presentations that analyze the claim, “Islam is true,” by dividing it into a series of sub-claims and then evaluating their truth by examining the evidence for them, as well as the evidence against them. As they do this, the presentations explain the relationship between Islam and science; the fallaciousness of the arguments of contemporary atheists; the relationship between Islam and other faith-traditions; the role of prophecy in human history; t ...
 
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The Might Is Right Network
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Hardcore/hard hitting podcasts. 24-hour streaming! http://mightisright.net/=================================Natural law podcasts. Topics of discussion are Nationalism, racism, interracial hate crimes, Jews, lone wolves, leaderless resistance, environmental issues, religion, feminism, history, economics, politics, healthy living, Natural Hygiene, prepping, survival training, conspiracies, logical fallacies & Independent rational thought. Interesting individuals are interviewed. Important book ...
 
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The Dr. Bo Show
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Dr. Bo takes a critical thinking-, reason-, and science-based approach to issues that matter with the goal of educating and entertaining. You create the show by submitting your questions at http://www.drboshow.com. Bo has a PhD in social psychology, but covers a broad range of topics including: Science Education (scientific method, what is / is not science, etc.), Success, Entrepreneurship, Motivation, General Psychology, Social Psychology, Positive Psychology (well-being, flourishing, happi ...
 
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Rational Skeptics Society - Talk Sense
 
The Rational Skeptics Society presents Talk Sense, a series of podcasts which explore free thinking, from the dangers posed by religious wish thinking to the absurdity of conspiracy theories. We will cover topics on religion, atheism, logical fallacies and philosophy.
 
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Ad Hominem: The Podcast of Illogical Debate
 
A logical fallacy is an argument or claim that isn't logical. They typically either appeal to the audience's emotions or work to distract the audience from the facts of the matter. You probably use them to persuade people all the time without even realizing it. However, we're setting out to change that with Ad Hominem, a game made to teach logical fallacies with absurd examples. The creator of the game, Joel Holland, invites his friends Tyler and Austin on to play, and let you, the listeners ...
 
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Rights Of Man by PAINE, Thomas
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A book in 2 Parts, published in 1791 and 1792. Part First denounces Edmund Burke’s defense of monarchy and his attacks against the French Revolution, and in plain layman’s language traces the birth and fallacy of monarchy, and the source of man's inalienable rights. Part Second examines the roots and benefits of constitutional government. Written with Paine's dry wit and hard hitting logic, in layman's language, the book was widely circulated in Europe and America. Considered the earliest co ...
 
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Scapegoats & Straw Men
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Two guys explore logical fallacies of all kinds (and create some of their own in the process). Subscribe today for weekly installments on a whole host of topics ranging from the fairly serious to the absolutely absurd.
 
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Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
 
One of the earliest polished examples of existential literature, Notes from the Underground follows the life of a recluse and depicts his antagonistic attitude toward society. Written in two parts with a first person narration, the novella explores various themes expressing the misleading notion of rationalism and utopianism, existentialism, alienation and human inaction. The psychological novel begins with a monologue in which the protagonist introduces and characterizes himself. Referred t ...
 
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Political Thumbs UP or DOWN
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In this moment in American history I find myself on a daily - sometimes hourly basis - losing my mind while I scroll through my twitter feed. Sure, I could respond to the horrifying tweets I see, but I simply have too much going through my head that it would take about 140 of those 140 character tweets to get my point out. That's where Political Thumbs Up or Down comes in. This is a podcast where two buddies -- Dennis and Sergio-- try to stay sane by discussing and digesting President Donald ...
 
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A Skeptics Guide To Conspiracy
 
Conspiracy News for the week ending December 22, 2017 – Episode #71 There’s a new, insane conspiracy theory tearing up | 4chan 4chan Anonymous User Shows Atlanta Airport Blackout Was Intended to Hide Something. Will UN Peacekeepers Be Deployed on the Streets of Chicago? Fox News pays contributor Kevin Jackson to push blatant lies and conspiracy ...…
 
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A Skeptics Guide To Conspiracy
 
Conspiracy News for the week ending December 22, 2017 – Episode #71 There’s a new, insane conspiracy theory tearing up | 4chan 4chan Anonymous User Shows Atlanta Airport Blackout Was Intended to Hide Something. Will UN Peacekeepers Be Deployed on the Streets of Chicago? Fox News pays contributor Kevin Jackson to push blatant lies and conspiracy ...…
 
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Classical Stuff You Should Know
 
Hi guys! Here's part two of our series on the logical fallacies. The art is "Hercules Delivering Prometheus," by Nicolas Bertin. You'll find the rest of the logical fallacies below the episode. Fallacies of Ambiguity 18. Equivocation (“Definitional Ambiguity”) - a fallacy of ambiguity that sneakily changes a definition or sense of a key word du ...…
 
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Classical Stuff You Should Know
 
Hey guys! Here's this week's episode. The art is Thomas Cole's "Prometheus Bound." You'll find this week's set of logical fallacies below the episode. Thanks for listening! 1. Ad Hominem (“Poisoning the Well”, “Pit Spitting”) - A fallacy of distraction that attacks an opponent's character when character is irrelevant to the argument. 2. Tu Quoq ...…
 
Arguing Aristotle Hey, everyone, this is John. Ana was busy, so I got to take the reins on this one. Oh, the power to shape the show, hahaha! This week on Six Pack Philosophy we are taking a look at Aristotle and his contributions to logic and debate. His distinguishments between dialogue and rhetoric and why he spent so much time looking at th ...…
 
Weeeeellllcommmme to Meeeeeereeee Rhetoooooric! It’s our annual Halloween episode, which means a little bit of the people, ideas and movements who have shaped rhetorical history, but mostly a ghost story. This year, we’re going with our first not-MR-James story. Don’t worry--there are still intials--but first--to business. If you’re going to ta ...…
 
A straw man, a Scotsman, and literally Hitler walk into a bar. Is it a joke (punchline: something something “unnatural”), or are they our top picks for the finest logical fallacies? Disclaimer: These fallacies are for educational purposes only. Please do not use them at home. More Important Disclaimer: This episode has nothing to do with Harry ...…
 
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Logical Fallacies with Peter Black
 
Summary: I tell a story about the dangers of eating cereal before running.
 
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Logical Fallacies with Peter Black
 
Summary: Sam and I discuss what makes for an engaging podcast.
 
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Logical Fallacies with Peter Black
 
Summary: Sam and I debate the idea of mental toughness and it’s relation to athletic performance.
 
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Logical Fallacies with Peter Black
 
Summary: Sam and I discuss the human need for praise and how this relates to our parents.
 
Summary: Sam and I discuss multiple topics including the power of understanding social norms (and how/when to break them), the reciprocity rule (one example of a social norm), and pickup artists. If you want to support this podcast, check out the links below:
 
This week's episode of the educated apes is a full compliment of host who don caps. We butcher the theory of gravity and all other scientific boundaries. Turns out A-a-aron is not the scientist he believes himself to be. We finally answer the question that has been on all of our minds for a number of years... Where is Uri Geller now? Batch expr ...…
 
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Software Process and Measurement Cast
 
SPaMCAST 456 features our interview with Jeff Dalton. Jeff makes his fifth appearance as an interviewee. Jeff discussed leadership and whether leadership is more or less important in the Agile, dynamic world we find ourselves inhabiting. Jeff Dalton is President of Broadsword, a Process Innovation firm, and Chief Evangelist at AgileCxO.org, an ...…
 
Vampires? In my town? It's more likely than you think.Get a free PC check, and along the way, try to guess what the Shadow Warriors would do? Well, if "get drunk" and "use logical fallacies to appeal to people's emotions" are what you guessed, then you came to the right podcast! Join Bazza (Cara), Gem (Erin), Willow (Richard), and Remy (Jackie) ...…
 
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Create New Futures | How Leaders Produce Breakthroughs and Transform the World through Conversation
 
Let’s talk about the first responsibility of a leader. This is Aviv with a new episode of Create New Futures. And today I am focusing on the fallacy of the Google age, and why as leaders, mentors, and parents we all must reflect on the Google fallacy and the conundrum it creates critically. As a leader, your first responsibility is to lead your ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why on earth anyone would focus on memorizing individual words? A lot of people not only wonder about this, but some are utterly convinced that focusing on vocabulary instead of complete phrases is … The Worst Thing You Can Do The problem is … It’s simply not true. And … Frankly, it’s time to settle this argument once and ...…
 
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Life By Design Podcast
 
Here we go again... Not surprisingly, another raunchy, illogical attack has been launched against chiropractic. All the older arguments are here and to be honest, some of them are absolutely true. We only call them like we see them and we won't pretend for one second that some of the allegations and claims made aren't true, they are. But, just ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we slap down the economic fallacies behind the minimum wage with logic and basic economics. We also exhume progressivism's fatal attraction to eugenics, a historical relationship that has largely been buried by public education. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom! Help support the Libe ...…
 
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Brain Software with Mike Mandel: Hypnosis | NLP | Self Improvement
 
Here are the show notes for this episode: Mike begins the show by admitting that he likes LOUD! And why not? He was into Black Sabbath way back in 1970! “If it’s too loud, you’re just too damn old!” Mike saw a plastic flying saucer being lifted by heavy equipment… Our student Florian has taken the hypnotic storm to Africa…The picture of the bel ...…
 
There have been quite a few critical essays, rants, and podcasts about how horrible any curiosity about ITS by anarchists is. This chatter has increased in volume and intensity since ITS Communique 29 which threw down the glove on any illusion that ITS didn’t mean it. This communique admits to the murder of a female University student and two h ...…
 
HJRP1914Your hosts: Stu, Kurt, Maire, Stork.In this Episode: We’ll talk about How to create tension in a scene that isn’t combat? Sam From Lakewood writes in for some prophesy advice. Kitor suggests a new logical fallacy and asks for some DM advice. Joe writes in to suggest Earthdawn. Jonas Larsons sends in a horror story involving Stu.…
 
HJRP1914Your hosts: Stu, Kurt, Maire, Stork.In this Episode: We’ll talk about How to create tension in a scene that isn’t combat? Sam From Lakewood writes in for some prophesy advice. Kitor suggests a new logical fallacy and asks for some DM advice. Joe writes in to suggest Earthdawn. Jonas Larsons sends in a horror story involving Stu.…
 
Recorded 18 June 2017. Ms Ann and Richard discuss the worthiness of those getting Australian Honours, pass on John Edwards, focus on manifestation with Deborah Hutton, drum on why Pete Best was actually lucky, wonder when humour crosses the line from funny to offensive, gaze at the problem with Buzz Aldrin, unbox an interesting tip from a board ...…
 
After about two minutes of bullshitting and talking about episode introductions, the crew gets into talking about the philosophical field of argumentation. This episode focuses on the structure of arguments, validity of arguments, and logical fallacies.Types and Structure of ArgumentsThere are two types of arguments: deductive and inductive. De ...…
 
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss the testimony of former FBI director James Comey, the calls for Trumps impeachment, and other media hysterias.Now we know, based on Comeys own testimony that even Comey admits there was no Russia probe into Donald Trump, Hemingway said. It also shows, through his own testimony, that Comey was really t ...…
 
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss the testimony of former FBI director James Comey, the calls for Trump’s impeachment, and other media hysterias. “Now we know, based on Comey’s own testimony that even Comey admits there was no Russia probe into Donald Trump,” Hemingway said. “It also shows, through his own testimony, that Comey was re ...…
 
Often people form their beliefs with strong emotions. One of the best examples of this is how the anti-vaccine campaigns win support by connecting autistic children to vaccine use. Beliefs have both emotional and logical components. The more emotion is used, the less evidence is required for the belief to hold. This is why the appeal to emotion ...…
 
From an evolutionary perspective, beliefs and knowledge should be seen as the same thing—just on different ends of the spectrum. So in this sense, knowledge can be seen as beliefs where the confidence level is very high. In this regard, we can see how beliefs would help us survive and procreate. It is important to note that the beliefs don't ha ...…
 
If you have come across the fundamental attribution error, actor-observer bias, and the self-serving bias, you should rightfully be confused. So here is my attempt to clear these up.The fundamental attribution error is an observer bias where the actor-observer bias is an actor bias. So imagine I see you trip. Because of the fundamental attribut ...…
 
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Theological Equipping Class - New Testament Theology
 
 
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Junk Mouth -- A Food Podcast
 
On this episode, Erik, Greg and Ryan eat foods inspired by a certain copyrighted wizard (whose name rhymes with "Larry Kotter"). Plus, Erik talks about the history of alchemy, Ryan rails against the logical fallacy of magical thinking, the gang discusses a scientific experiment involving sacrificing virgins to the volcano god, and Greg tells th ...…
 
What to Expect In this episode, Abraham and RYANO jump into the world of logical fallacies. Particularly, circular reasoning. We all fall to its peril from time-to-time. Listen in for how to spot it, examples, and why it can cause a little trouble in reasoning and understanding why it is, that we do what we do! ;) Created by Brendan Böhr. Free ...…
 
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