Aside from the fact that people who constantly place us on slippery slopes loudly shout that, “Slippery slope arguments are fallacies!” what actual reason do we have for believing the slippery slope arguments are fallacies? I think slippery slope arguments–proven right again and again by our experience of the culture of death–are just another way of saying “Ideas have consequences”. So does Zac Alstin. The next time somebody barks at you that slippery slope arguments are fallacious, ask why they have such a nasty tendency to come true.
Zac Alstin asks a perfectly reasonable question