The Argument from Incredulity: What It Is and How to Respond to It

  The argument from incredulity is a logical fallacy that occurs when someone concludes that since they can’t believe something is true, then it must be false, and vice versa. For example, someone using the argument from incredulity might claim that since they don’t see how a certain scientific theory could be true, then it … Continue reading The Argument from Incredulity: What It Is and How to Respond to It