Your Logical Fallacy and Cognitive Bias Icons


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You may use School of Thought’s “Your Logical Fallacy” “Your Cognitive Bias Is” icons as emoji in discussion on this site.

See https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/ and https://yourbias.is/

When writing a reply, click on the emoji button (smiling face to the right) and then scroll to the very bottom to see the list of custom emojis, then select your desired fallacy or bias icon:

For your reference, you can click on each Fallacy or Cognitive Bias below to learn more:

Fallacies:

:strawman:
:false_cause:
:appeal_to_emotion:
:the_fallacy_fallacy:
:slippery_slope:
:ad_hominem:
:tu_quoque:
:personal_incredulity:
:special_pleading:
:loaded_question:
:burden_of_proof:
:ambiguity:
:the_gamblers_fallacy:
:bandwagon:
:appeal_to_authority:
:composition_division:
:no_true_scotsman:
:genetic:
:black_or_white:
:begging_the_question:
:appeal_to_nature:
:anecdotal:
:the_texas_sharpshooter:
:middle_ground:

Cognitive Biases:

:anchoring:
:sunk_cost_fallacy:
:availability_heuristic:
:curse_of_knowledge:
:confirmation_bias:
:dunning_kruger_effect:
:belief_bias:
:self_serving_bias:
:the_backfire_effect:
:the_barnum_effect:
:groupthink:
:negativity_bias:
:declinism:
:framing_effect:
:fundamental_attribution_error:
:the_halo_effect:
:optimism_bias:
:pessimism_bias:
:just_world_hypothesis:
:in_group_bias:
:the_placebo_effect:
:the_bystander_effect:
:reactance:
:spotlight_effect:

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