Is there a name for the fallacy that refuting an argument refutes the proposition?
e.g. there is a belief in X..
somebody provides an argument for X.. or even a bunch of arguments for X.
Somebody refutes these arguments.
But they commit the fallacy, of thinking that since they have refuted these arguments for the conclusion X, they have thus refuted the proposition and shown ¬X. When really they've only refuted the arguments given for it.
Is there a name for that fallacy?
[an earlier edit had something added but that thing should be made into a separate question so i'll keep this question to what it is and maybe post a separate different question another time]