Fallacies and Misconceptions

Knowing ourselves is a hard goal to achieve, especially when we are blinded as to how we really function.

Recently I came across 2 beautiful charts that describe our faulty thinking, misconceptions and even some sinister arguments that people may use against us in a lively debate.

How valuable are these principles for bettering our thinking? You decide. Just please don’t presume to think that you are immune to them.

1. Know Thyself!

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2. For the politician in you – or the lively bar philosopher!

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