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Crimes against logic exposing the bogus arguments of politicians priests journalists and other serial offenders jamie whyte on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers uncover the truth under all the bs in the daily battle for our hearts and minds not to mention our hard earned cash the truth is usually the first casualtyget this from a library crimes against logic exposing the bogus arguments of politicians priests journalists and other serial offenders jamie whyte british philosopher jamie whyte uses logic to expose what he sees as errors in reasoning fallacies and muddled thinking fed to the public by the media politicians religious leaders and otherscrimes against logic exposing the bogus arguments of politicians priests journalists and other serial offenders average rating 41818 out of 5 stars based on 11 reviews 11 reviews this button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or outan award winning philosopher jamie whyte is a past lecturer of philosophy at cambridge university whose book crimes against logic attempts to fill the gap left by the education system by identifying common errors of reasoning crimes against logic is a witty assault on bogus arguments that we are subjected to in our everyday livescrimes against logic exposing the bogus arguments of politicians priests journalists and other serial offenders jamie whyte mcgraw hill professional oct 3 2004 business and economics 176 pages

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