We explain and compare the different types of reasoning methods including deductive, inductive, abductive, analogical, and fallacious reasoning.
This section contains references and supplemental content related to FactMyth.com such as how to’s, infographics, and other explainers. If its not a fact or myth specifically, it is in this catch-all section.
The factions of the third party system are indicative of the actual factions in American history that comprise the “big tent” political parties of any era.
We explain a basic theory of human knowledge, in the style of Kant, to help illustrate some essentials of what we can know.
We explain the logic (and reasoning) behind creating left-right spectrums. This page compliments our page on left-right politics and political spectrums.
Reason and logic are two closely related forms of thinking involving the comparison of terms that can be studied in terms of mathematics or philosophy and can be considered together as well as apart.
Good Faith is a true attempt, Bad Faith is an intentionally dishonest attempt, Duty is the moral and ethical obligation to make Good Faith attempts.
We explain Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and Plato’s Theory of the Forms to help readers understand the essence of Plato’s overarching theory.
The U.S. Bill of Rights expresses natural human rights with no economic implications, a Second Bill of Rights expresses rights “that ought to be” but have economic implications.
Identity Politics describes identifying with a concept, or being perceived as identifying with a concept, and the social and political implications of that.
There are a few theories that deal with the nature of abstractions including: Dialectics and the Golden Mean theory. We offer a “synthesis” of these theories.