“Undecideds could go one way or another”

I am reading Julian Baggini’s “The Duck That Won the Lottery: and 99 Other Bad Arguments“, in which the ingenious philosopher tackles argustinkers. Here’s one: I picked a paper duck at a Chinese restaurant and won the lottery, obviousely the duck won the lottery for me (‘post hoc fallacies’, p.79.) Politicians are a wonderful source of bad arguments,… Continue reading “Undecideds could go one way or another”