Explaining the Consequence-Intentionality Fallacy

Explaining the Consequence-Intentionality Fallacy with the use of an example. Would it be like I wanted to buy my husband a new watch but I didn’t have any money, so I gambled the house payment to buy the watch, and I lost?   would that be a good example?

What actions can be taken to avoid logical fallacies?
Do not: use false, fabricated, misrepresented, distorted or irrelevant evidence to support arguments or claims. intentionally use unsupported, misleading, or illogical reasoning. represent yourself as informed or an “expert” on a subject when you are not.
What are some real life examples of fallacies?
Example: “People have been trying for centuries to prove that God exists. But no one has yet been able to prove it. Therefore, God does not exist.” Here’s an opposing argument that commits the same fallacy: “People have been trying for years to prove that God does not exist.


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