If a person claims to know anything could it be disproven by saying 'prove that we are not in a simulation'?
Is it a fallacy if someone claims they need an explanation for every word of your argument to the point where they don't understand common terms?
Isn't the notion that everything will occur in an infinite timeline an example of the gambler's fallacy?
Is there a name for the fallacy whereby the other party to the debate only suggests, does not articulate, what their point is?
What type of rhetorical device is the offering of a source which is really long and not specifying what part of the source is relevant?
What kind of fallacy is it to say if abolition of something isn't possible, we shouldn't attempt to address it at all?
Is there a name for this fallacy when someone says something is good by only pointing out the good things?
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