The only way to guard your mind from false and deceptive arguments is to evade them. There are 10 common logical fallacies that are used 95% of the time. Spotting these tactics will help you to avoid the slippery slope in ethics.
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Beware of the spiritual spider webs. These are the spider web of religion, commercialism, and the Ego. They use faith like a spider web. Learn to spot them so you don’t fall into their traps.
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Most people want to know the truth but think they are too smart to fall for propaganda. This isn’t true. Everyone is susceptible to cultural programming. The spiritual axiom is a tool to help you avoid these traps.
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The inverse relationship of faith and reason is a disturbing but predictable finding. The more you rely on belief, the less you use rational thinking processes. Scary. Find out how you can minimize the effects of this condition.
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The framework of spiritual exploration might seem to be an odd place for studying logic and rational thinking. However, these mental skills are essential. Let’s look at examples of analytical thinking and illogical thinking. The goal of this exercise is to learn how to make better decisions. We do this by avoiding common pitfalls and errors.
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Historical revisionism is a deliberate distortion of events. It is used to create our North American Folklore. Learn how to see through this strategy and see the truth.
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