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I read it.
It was one long critter...
If your intended emphasis is strictly to explain logic, then I recommend using non-political/non-religious examples.
Otherwise, many readers won’t get past that; believing the example is the message, as opposed to understanding that the explanation of logic was the message.
Many readers can’t handle simultaneous concepts… Just a thought.
Yeah, I felt that might be an issue. I ended up using a lot of creationist examples because, quite frankly, they make them so often.
I tried as best I could to use "balanced" fallacies. I wanted people to be aware that people use these in real life, not just in some obvious way.
I'll try to re-work some examples.
I think you've done pretty well on your own, I doubt if it will be the most sought after though. I reckon it will grow on its own in time.
Thanks John! I know it isn't the world's most interesting topic, but I found it interesting
I think you've done a very nice job on the hub. It is a bit long, but it's an interesting read.
You need to do some keyword research though. Your title and URL use "local fallacies" and that keyword gets little to no traffic. "Logical fallacy," on the other hand, does (surprisingly), and the CPC isn't horrible either. You can't change your URL, but I would add "logical fallacy" to your tags, and I would change your hub title to be "Logical Fallacy: Logical Fallacies..."
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