Joseph Wu (University of Cambridge) explains the fallacy of equivocation, the fallacy that occurs when the same term is used with different meanings in an argument. Along the way, he discusses whether Miley Cyrus is an exploding ball of gas.
Hi, I’m Joseph. I’m a PhD candidate in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. I work on issues in public health ethics and philosophy of medicine.
Before this, I studied at Duke University, from which I graduated with a philosophy major and minors in biology and chemistry.