Intellectual cowardice

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Intellectual cowardice is an unwillingness to confront logical defects in one's reasoning. Often it includes a desire to bully others with superficial arguments based on double standards.

Characteristics of intellectual cowardice include:

  • overreliance on hearsay as a substitute for logical thought
  • overreliance on peer pressure to persuade

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