Bertrand Russell on a fundamental fallacy

The fundamental fallacy which is committed by almost everyone is this: 

“A and B hate each other, therefore one is good and the other is bad.”

==Bertrand Russell, in a letter to Sidney Hook in 1956

 

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5 Responses to “Bertrand Russell on a fundamental fallacy”

  1. Perette Barella Says:

    Corollary:

    If A and B disagree, and A is wrong, then B must be right.

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  2. prayerwarriorpsychicnot Says:

    Reblogged this on Citizens, not serfs.

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  3. prayerwarriorpsychicnot Says:

    P Barella – in the real world both can be wrong.

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  4. tiffany267 Says:

    YES. this.

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  5. tiffany267 Says:

    Reblogged this on Tiffany's Non-Blog and commented:
    Reblogging for reason’s sake.

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