Managing the self-interested interpretation fallacy in organizations

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A fallacy is a part of an argument that is demonstrably flawed in its logic and therefore invalidates the entire argument. A fallacy may be used to turn the truth(s) upside down. A review of different sources indicates that despite the use of different interpretations about fallacies and the introduction of various forms of fallacies, many common features can be observed among them. In fact, it can be said that fallacies can appear in different contexts, from everyday conversation to conducting a detailed scientific research. In fact, the types of fallacies depend on the context in which the fallacy occurs. The fallacy of self-interested interpretation happens when a person relates the hot topic of the day to his own personal, political or religious beliefs and interests. In this research, we seek to explain how the fallacy of self-interested interpretation occurs in organizations and what strategies رshould be taken to manage it

Journal of Human Resources and capital Studies, Volume:2 Issue: 3, 2023
40 to 65  
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