Lynx Ssss

Slippery slope?

You woke up in the morning at 7:00 see you have 40 more mins after you woke up for office you see you have ten mins and you walk fast.

Because you slept 20 more mins you ran to office because you are late and because you are late you ran fast and if you ran fast then you are more careless and because you are more careless you have more chances of accident

asked on Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021 11:50:48 AM by Lynx Ssss

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This is stated as a past event—it already happened (not might happen). So no fallacy, just a course of events.

answered on Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021 02:08:55 PM by Bo Bennett, PhD

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Rationalissimus of the Elenchus

No fallacies, and it's not even necessarily unsound - you're in less control of your body running than walking (though I wouldn't say significantly so; it's just a bit harder to stop).

It's only problematic if we act as in an accident is likely or bound to happen (rather than just being more likely); that would be a non sequitur.

answered on Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021 03:09:05 PM by Rationalissimus of the Elenchus

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