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Where is the fallacy here:

  1. whatever is normalnatural is not abnormalunnatural

  2. whatever is abnormalunnatural is not normalnatural

  3. the phenomenon of cats are normalbeing born into this world is natural

  4. the phenomenon of rabbits arebeing born into this world is not catsthe phenomenon in point 3

Conclusion: the phenomenon of rabbits are abnormalbeing born into this world is unnatural

Where is the fallacy here:

  1. whatever is normal is not abnormal

  2. whatever is abnormal is not normal

  3. cats are normal

  4. rabbits are not cats

Conclusion: rabbits are abnormal

Where is the fallacy here:

  1. whatever is natural is not unnatural

  2. whatever is unnatural is not natural

  3. the phenomenon of cats being born into this world is natural

  4. the phenomenon of rabbits being born into this world is not the phenomenon in point 3

Conclusion: the phenomenon of rabbits being born into this world is unnatural

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Where is the fallacy here:

  1. whatwhatever is normal is not abnormal

  2. whatwhatever is abnormal is not normal

  3. cats are normal

  4. rabbits are not cats

Conclusion: rabbits are abnormal

Where is the fallacy here:

  1. what is normal is not abnormal

  2. what is abnormal is not normal

  3. cats are normal

  4. rabbits are not cats

Conclusion: rabbits are abnormal

Where is the fallacy here:

  1. whatever is normal is not abnormal

  2. whatever is abnormal is not normal

  3. cats are normal

  4. rabbits are not cats

Conclusion: rabbits are abnormal

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