Science is evidence based process.

Is science really a process, or a construction of different processes?

Fallacy Of Red Herring

That does not support or refute the argument, and is totally irrelevant.

Science is evidence based process.

We can rephrase the statement as "Science is a process partially based on evidence."

Fallacy Of Red Herring

self explanatory.

Science is evidence based process.

I do agree that science is an evidence based progress, because for all the progress that have been done in world history, there had been a path to follow. Since investigations about a theory or a hypotesis to experiment to prove that a claim is true or discover new things.

Irrelevant Conclusion

That's beside the point.

Science is evidence based process.

It can be stated another way - Science is a process based on EVIDENCES

Irrelevant Conclusion

self explanatory

Science is evidence based process.

Agreed, but in order to proof an argument you need evidence, however in many cases it needs faith instead of evidence, for example "Mosses parted the red sea".

Irrelevant Conclusion

self explanatory.

Science is evidence based process.

It can be stated another way - Science is a process based on EVIDENCES

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Irrelevant

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because the ideal "anarchist" fulfillment of capitalism leads to neo-feudalism, which is too far from democracy.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because "liberalism" is filthy petty bourgeoise and rentier class ideology, as if the extra income for a class of fortunate real estate, shop and website owners justifies the social injustice at large.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because it is far easier to make large profits by deceit, conflict, theft, bribery, and murder than via hard work.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because those who work the hardest often earn the tiniest, which leads to a root social conflict that breeds indiscriminate hatred throughout our societies.

Slothful Induction

There is strong evidence to the contrary.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because those who work the hardest often earn the tiniest, which leads to a root social conflict that breeds indiscriminate hatred throughout our societies.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because massive income inequality is the almost unavoidable consequence of the minute laws and rules that make up the capitalist system, which are written by the wealthy.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because capitalism has no regard for anything other than profit, which led the capitalists to lie about anthropogenic global warming, and prevent a transition to green energy, which may well destroy many existing ecosystems, make half of land based species extinct, and kill millions of people.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because collaboration trumps competition every damn time.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Competition does provide rather the worst properties of mankind than the best.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

capitalism is a system of social and economic organisation which impacts every aspect of individual lives and societal conditions

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because capitalism is not based on scientific, observable facts. It's based mostly on closed pressupositions that form a belief system (e.g. invisible hand). It really resembles more a religion then anything else.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

capitalism gives the stupidest people on earth a lot of confidence, and lets them propagate their genes more than smart and beautiful people do. (The premise of the Idiocracy movie)

Slothful Induction

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

capitalism gives the stupidest people on earth a lot of confidence, and lets them propagate their genes more than smart and beautiful people do. (The premise of the Idiocracy movie)

Irrelevant Conclusion

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Almost all problems can be traced back to expansionism.

Begging The Question

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

All the problems as we know them know. Perhaps capitalism was necessary to give perspective for a possible living standard. Now we must evolve out of it and find new possibilities in favor of everyone, no matter what race, class or gender. Don't forget, capitalism isn't a force of nature.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Many societies which did not consider themselves capitalist still respected property rights to some extent and were therefore still capitalist.

Slothful Induction

Property rights has nothing to do with the economic system of capitalism except with regards to the exchange of it.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

it is false that the absence of capitalism cannot be tested, or has never been tested. assuming that we can never remove it, invalidates this objection.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

it is false that the absence of capitalism cannot be tested, or has never been tested. assuming that we can never remove it, invalidates this objection.

Slothful Induction

self explanatory.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

all the good things in the world can be traced back to capitalism, as well

Slothful Induction

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

it guarantees massive income inequality. Capital returns dominate all other returns as proven by empirical data.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

There is nothing to say that these accomplishments couldn't have been completed under a non-capitalist society and to cite this as an example of capitalism's success is a fallacy.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

self explanitory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Capitalism is a system in which a society is expected to compete in itself to make money and survive. Capitalism also encourages individualism which alone is a social catastrophe. We are expected to work for our individual interests only.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Does not support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

the most destructive problems can be easily traced to capitalism

Begging The Question

self explanatory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

we could commit countless naturalist fallacies, attributing every success of mankind to capitalism because somehow, capitalism is a natural, essential part of human society.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Self explanitory

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

technology happens due to successful scientists. there is no evidence that banks, landlords and plutocracy are essential for a scientist to succeed. they merely need sufficient material resources and any economic system can provide that. it is also wrong that wealth is possible only in capitalism :)

Slothful Induction

There is strong evidence to the contrary.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because this acomplishments require knowledge, technology and energy sources. None of this are dependent on capitalism. The existence of this socio-economic model at the same time of the developments we had is pure coincidence and could have hapened in a collaborative environment.

Slothful Induction

You can not say that with utter certainty. There is strong evidence to the contrary.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

There is nothing to say that these accomplishments couldn't have been completed under a non-capitalist society and to cite this as an example of capitalism's success is a fallacy.

Slothful Induction

Self explanatory.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because capitalism is a pseudo-intellectual self-serving ideal promoted and advertised heavily by the wealthiest 0.1% of people.

Irrelevant Conclusion

That neither supports or refutes the main argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because capitalism has no regard for the moral justifiability of its sole invariant ultimate goal: the accumulation of all possible capital

Fallacy Of False Cause

Capitalism does not cause moral wrongdoings, people do.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Respected by whom?

Irrelevant Conclusion

self explanatory.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because the less intellectual a man is, the more love for money he will grow

Irrelevant Conclusion

Self explanatory.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because the less intellectual a man is, the more love for money he will grow

Prejudicial Language

Self explanatory.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because the less intellectual a man is, the more love for money he will grow

Fallacy Of Red Herring

This does neither support or refute the argument.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because the less intellectual a man is, the more love for money he will grow

Slothful Induction

An overgeneralization of men's character.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Respected by whom?

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Irrelevant

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

At the same time, capitalism exploits natural disasters and, in the sense of climate change, contributes to them.

Fallacy Of False Cause

You can not blame a system of economics for faults in human behavior.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

because wars make profit and capitalism loves profit

Fallacy Of False Cause

You can not blame a system of economics for the faults of human behavior.

All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism

Capitalism in the broader sense, being defined as any economic system that upholds private property, can be said to date back to the dawn of civilization and therefore the start of human problems.

Slothful Induction

Overgeneralization of the definition of "capitalism" where "capitalism" clearly refers to the capitalist economy of modern society.