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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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I guess this fits under "Moving the goalpost" in some sense, even though the conversation topic was not changed, the proponent of that argument has moved the goalpost from countering that argument to …
answered Jun 19 '16 by MM8
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I think you may have misunderstood the nature of the Fallacy fallacy. I hope I can help a bit with that. You are of course allowed to point out a fallacy in your opponent's reasoning. That alone does …
answered Jan 30 '17 by MM8