Note that in this section of the site I often talk about "good people" and "bad people" under the assumption that whoever is arguing for something irrational or evil is a bad person and vice versa. I realize that this assumption does not hold 100% of the time; but it's accurate in the vast majority of cases, and "bad person" is shorter than saying "person arguing for something bad".

Common misunderstandings about philosophy

Statistics are not the trump card you think

Citation fallacies

Inflammatory techniques: How to provoke your opponent

Dirty tactics in argumentation

Tu Quoque - (often) not a fallacy

Obversations on Linguistic Connotations

Boilerplate rules

Things that are not Ad Hominem

The Myth of Respect