27 May 2014

The slippery slope fallacy and charging for NHS prescriptions

The slippery slope fallacy is a way of ridiculing an argument that says, “If we allow A to happen then Z will eventually happen too, therefore A should not happen.” The typical example is, “If we allow same-sex couples to marry, then eventually we'll be allowing people to marry their parents or their pets.”

Kathryn’s curry

Serves 6.