The Appeal to Nature Fallacy: Why ‘Natural’ Isn’t Necessarily Better

  The appeal to nature is a logical fallacy where someone claims that something is either good because it is considered ‘natural’, or bad because it is considered ‘unnatural’. For example, a person using an appeal to nature might advocate for the use of an ineffective herbal remedy when treating a serious condition, despite what medical …

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