When engaging in moral and ethical decision-making (Practice M1), a disposition toward critical thinking reminds us to be aware of many common logical fallacies that are employed on a daily basis in our society. This video by Momentix Academy reviews 10 common logical fallacies that can lead us to wrong conclusions.
By: Mometrix Academy
Educator-prep | K-12 educators
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