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concerns logical fallacies, which are errors in the logic or reasoning of an argument that result in a misconception or presumption

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In the given example, it's not the demand for robust proof that is unreasonable, but what is inferred from the lack of its fulfillment. The idea that the lack of a robust study proves the opposite is …
answered Jan 20 '18 by reaanb