Refraction (Bent Thinking) #44

Cliché Thinking:  Basing a conclusion on a cliché. Refutation: Cliché’s are sometimes generally true, but are never always true. Example –  Adam: Betty, you know the old saying “it’s better to be safe than sorry”. Well that proves that contraceptive use is wise. Side Note:  clichés are generalizations, and generalizations are just that – generally true, but not always. Therefore you cannot draw a conclusion from them.

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