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Logic and Mr. Limbaugh: A Dittohead's Guide To Fallacious Reading

by Ray Perkins Jr.

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This is probably the best of the books on Limbaughology; this author utilizes Limbaugh and his show to teach logic, and explore logical fallacies. Rather than a full frontal attack on Limbaugh the man, this is a thoughtful exploration of the errors in the way we all think, using Limbaugh as an example ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812692942, Paperback)

Logic and Mr. Limbaugh is both an entertaining introduction to the elements of logic and a serious critique of the practical logic of a major conservative propagandist. Professor Perkins takes 50 examples of logical reasoning from Rush's statements, identifies the logical arguments, and points out fallacies.

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Mr. Rush Limbaugh may be our most influential media personality, but he is not the most clear-thinking. Logic and Mr. Limbaugh not only exposes the fallacies in Mr. Limbaugh's persuasive arguments - it also gives a hilarious introduction to Logic, the science of correct reasoning.… (more)

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