Paul Henne
Graduate Student
Philosophy
Duke University

Paul Henne is a PhD student at Duke University. Before attending Duke, he received his MA from Arizona State University and his BA from Lake Forest College. His primary interests in philosophy are in metaphysics and empirical philosophy, and they are particularly about absences, omissions, and nothingness. He is, for instance, curious about the gap between our judgments about omissions and their relation to the world.

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Correlation and Causation

In this Wireless Philosophy video, Paul Henne (Duke University) explains the difference between correlation and causation.

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Formal and Informal Fallacies
CRITICAL THINKING - Fallacies: Formal and Informal Fallacies
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
Critical Thinking Fallacies: Post Hoc
Validity
Critical Thinking Fundamentals: Validity
Ad hominem
Paul Henne: Ad hominem
Fallacy of Composition
Paul Henne: Fallacy of Composition
Fallacy of Division
Paul Henne: Fallacy of Division
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