BEING WRONG 1
BEING WRONG 1
STUDENT NOTES


BEING WRONG 1

No one is ever wrong on purpose. Nevertheless there are four standard ways of being wrong which you may notice in other people's thinking or they may notice in yours.

The first two ways are exaggerate and miss out.

EXAGGERATE - This can involve three processes:

1. Straightforward exaggeration: "If you jump up and down like that the whole building will collapse."

2. Taking things to extremes: "If public transportation were free then everyone would ride around all day and no work would get done."

3. False generalisation (ex

 


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