Coupon & course info
Course Name: Introduction to Fallacies: How to spot poor reasoning
Subtitle: Learn how to avoid poor and unreasonable arguments with applied philosophy and logic. Find grip on slippery slopes!
Instructor: Taught by Timon Salar Gutleb, Philosophy and Physics Student at the University of Vienna
Provided by: Udemy
Price: $20 (before discount)
Free coupon code: See above (no charge for coupon)
Review info & popularity
As of October 3, 2016…
Students: 856 students enrolled
Ratings: 21 reviews
Rank: ranked #121e in Udemy Academics Courses
Brief course description
A fallacy is a poorly reasoned argument and those are all around us and even unintentionally come out of our own mouths sometimes!
Avoiding fallacies is a crucial skill, especially in the age of information we live in! The internet is full of debates. Full of arguments. And full of fallacies and tricks!
After this short course you will no longer have to look up what people are talking about – after this course you will be explaining and pointing out what has been wrongly argued and why.
(Read more about this course on the official course page.)
Timon Salar Gutleb bio
I am a student of Philosophy and Physics, my focus of studying is in Philosophy of Science, Epistemology and Formal Logic and Theoretical Physics respectively.
(Learn more about this instructor on the official course page.)
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Final details for this Udemy course
Skill level: Beginner Level
Lectures: 21 lessons
Duration: 1 hour of video
What you get: By the end of this course, you will be able to efficiently spot fallacies in the arguments of others and avoid making them yourself.
Target audience: People who often find themselves in discussions.
Requirements: The course is self-contained and intended for a wide range of age groups (though I will give out some book recommendations for the especially eager).
Access: Lifetime access
Peace of mind: 30 day money back guarantee
Availability: available online, as well as on iOS and Android
Download options: check course to see if you can download lessons