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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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So I previously answered this; The fallacy arises because ad hominem has no unbiased axiomatic value to the original argument. While arguing a topic and attacking(not refuting) the arguments o …
answered Jan 14 '16 by Void Serpent
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The fallacy arises because ad hominem has no unbiased axiomatic value to the original argument. From the quoted text the actual debated argument is holding the line Palenstine and not are John Kerry's …
answered Jan 14 '16 by Void Serpent
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So your friend's second argument has the fault of being a Referential fallacy; assuming all words refer to existing things and that the meaning of words reside within the things they refer to, a …
answered Jan 6 '17 by Void Serpent
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So Person B is likely at fault of; Moving the goalposts (raising the bar) – argument in which evidence presented in response to a specific claim is dismissed and some other (often greater) evidence is …
answered Apr 6 '17 by Void Serpent
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I'd think that the 'fallacy' of Cherry Picking would actually summarise each example and is indirectly caused by priority bias; Cherry picking (suppressed evidence, incomplete evidence) – act of poin …
answered Jan 3 '17 by Void Serpent