Tag: skepticism

Interview 1415 – James Corbett on Proven Conspiracies

01/28/201918 Comments

James Corbett joins Keith Knight of Don’t Tread on Anyone for a brainstorming session about conspiracy theories and conspiracy facts. We run through a list of some proven conspiracies and discuss why the so-called skeptics dismiss all conspiracies with logically fallacious arguments.

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Reclaiming Skepticism

09/29/2016

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The Art of Debunking (video)

10/23/20120 Comments

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Episode 248 – The Art of Debunking

10/22/20123 Comments

Debunking, like any other human activity, is something that could be done more or less effectively. On this week’s edition of the podcast we look at some examples of effective debunking, and talk about what makes a skeptical argument work.

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Episode 221 – Reclaiming Skepticism

03/11/201231 Comments

Skepticism is a process for arriving at knowledge that advocates taking a provisional approach to all claims and carefully evaluating all the evidence before coming to a conclusion. In other words, the very process that The Corbett Report is engaged in, right? Well, not according to the self-professed “skeptics,” many of whom are content to skewer others for their logical fallacies, yet frequently deploy logical fallacies of their own when “debunking” the “conspiracy theorists” that seem to be popping up everywhere. Join us today on The Corbett Report as we note the hypocrisies of the supposed “skeptics” and embrace the term as our own.

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Corbett Report Radio 002 – Among the “Skeptics” with Joshua Blakeney

11/02/20110 Comments

On tonight’s edition of Corbett Report Radio we talk to Joshua Blakeney, a graduate student at the University of Lethbridge who has confronted world-renowned skeptic Michael Shermer on his curious lack of skepticality when it comes to 9/11.

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