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In this episode of the 5 minute podcast, we cover one of the most common fallacies in human discourse: Affirming the Consequent.  

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There is a terribly unfortunate trend in social media to mock and humiliate other people. This is possible for the same reason it’s so easy to drop bombs on people:…

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Hello Crispy, thank you for taking the time… Now, I’ve a single question, but a number of assertions to get to it. First, lets assume I believe Jesus existed. Even…

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(EXPLICIT) First published on January 1, 2016 by author and speaker Nicholas Lamar Soutter, this experimental piece was a part Denis Leary, part Lewis Black. It was Mr. Soutter’s attempt at a rapid, profane yet erudite piece which accurately explained the rise of Donald Trump. Meant as an experimental piece, rough around the edges, and coming in at a whopping 18 minutes, it none the less took off, garnering over five thousand shares in just a few days. This is the original piece, in its entirety.

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There are numerous quarks, odd bits, and evolutionary holdovers to the human psyche. Most people think the human brain is perfect, processes information accurately, and does what it’s supposed to,…

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The Humanist Codex is a collection of critiques of theism and counters to common theistic arguments. These are in the form of five-minute essential essays which explain the argument and…

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Atheistic Critiques Codex

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