Dana Pham

When someone:

  • engages in faulty generalisations (confusing ‘some’ with ‘all’) or oversimplification
  • misunderstands cause and effect (post hoc ergo propter hoc)
  • uses tautology (saying the same thing twice)
  • uses false analogy
  • uses non-sequitur (‘it does not follow’)
  • attacks a person or a person’s background, instead of the person’s ideas (ad…

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Dana Pham

Dana Pham

TransCatholic ⚧️✝️ | Liberal Arts student @notredamesyd | Thomistic Personalist | CPTSD survivor | all opinions expressed here to move the needle are my own