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I often hear variations of the following premise in people's discussions:

  • Your argument is too simplistsimplistic

Which means that this simplicity is undesirable for some reason not present in the argument. And this seems to indicate "complex" things are automatically better when this could not be the case. Is this a fallacy or is there a name to it?

I often hear variations of the following premise in people's discussions:

  • Your argument is too simplist

Which means that this simplicity is undesirable for some reason not present in the argument. And this seems to indicate "complex" things are automatically better when this could not be the case. Is this a fallacy or is there a name to it?

I often hear variations of the following premise in people's discussions:

  • Your argument is too simplistic

Which means that this simplicity is undesirable for some reason not present in the argument. And this seems to indicate "complex" things are automatically better when this could not be the case. Is this a fallacy or is there a name to it?

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What is the name of the fallacy where people assume that complex ideas are automatically better?

I often hear variations of the following premise in people's discussions:

  • Your argument is too simplist

Which means that this simplicity is undesirable for some reason not present in the argument. And this seems to indicate "complex" things are automatically better when this could not be the case. Is this a fallacy or is there a name to it?