[F] Fallacies and biases

Fallacies are mistakes of reasoning, as opposed to making mistakes that are of a factual nature. Biases are persistant and widespread psychological tendencies that can be detrimental to objectivity and rationality. Being aware of them can help us avoid their influence. We might also be in a better position to identify and explain other people's mistakes.


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