Discover how to verbally outwit your opponents at every turn of phrase
Warning: You'll never watch the news, read a magazine, or view a movie the same again.
Would you like to discover the secrets politicians, lawyers, writers, religious figures, and the media use to make false arguments sound real? Do you get infuriated when a spouse or friend uses misleading words to prove their points in arguments? Would you like to discover exactly what to say and how to say it when false logic presents itself?
If you answered yes - then this book is exactly what you've been waiting for!
In Mastering Logical Fallacies you'll learn the art of effective rhetoric. We'll cover a variety of fallacies (especially the most popular ones used today) and show you how they operate with real world examples. You'll learn the secret structure - or non-structure - of some of the most pernicious and false arguments ever made. We'll also show you how to defend against such outrageous claims.
Soon enough, people won't spew their propaganda around you - because they know you'll spot holes in it.
Download this book today and discover:
How to spot circular logic and nip it in the bud
How to form credible arguments with sound reasoning
How to win every family argument
How to spot appeals to emotion and counter them
The straw man argument fallacious "science vs. religion" arguments
How fallacies are used and abused in politics
Fallacies used in gun legislation
Fallacies used in healthcare
How to never fall prey to unscrupulous politicians or businessmen again
And much, much more!
So go ahead - download this book today and acquire masterful rhetoric and a true sleight of mouth!
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Not all rhetoric is argument
When I see the word 'mastering' in the title, I think of a deeper dive into fallacies, to learn them almost from a mathematical level. Instead, this is more of a rapid fire name and example with just the briefest of descriptions.
No, but I'll be reading reviews more carefully in the future -- that and the scant time on this audiobook should have been a giveaway that it would not have the depth I was looking for.
Haven't listened to this narrator before.
I would cut about half the political examples in favor of more obvious, generic examples on only drive to politics when necessary.
The author uses a LOT of political examples in his work. Although he does make a good effort to be fair using examples from both major political parties in the US, it gets a little tedious. Additionally, in the author's quest for political examples, some of the rhetoric he slaps with the label of "fallacy" is actually non-argumentative speaking. If a politician says to the crowd, "what a wonderful crowd", that's not an argument, it's just phatic communication.
While I share the author's frustration at the lack of logical argumentation in the current American political climate, the examination of fallacy should not be presented in the heat of that frustration, rather with a more careful, academic study.
- Darren Lathen