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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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For example: If someone says some science is wrong because it's "pseudoscience" Or if someone says X doesn't exist because X is "magic," or uses any word that implies their conclusion? So far I've th …
asked Apr 25 '17 by Hircarra
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The question is not "vague." The answer is a fallacy fallacy - to conclude an argument's conclusion is wrong because the argument commits an informal fallacy and is thus invalid.
answered Apr 25 '17 by Hircarra