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containing fundamental errors in reasoning

tending to lead one into error

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containing or based on a fallacy

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intended to deceive

based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information

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Crouzel provides an in-depth analysis of Chrysostom's treatment of marriage (see 177-204) and cogently answers an argument that fallaciously infers from Chrysostom's silence that he approved divorce and remarriage (see 215-16).
So while some natural theology does incorporate Platonic ideas, Auden frequently distinguished between the Platonic philosophies that he denounced as fallaciously dualistic and the Augustinian theology that he saw as transcending classical dualism.
The register is such that one can easily miss the excellence in Babini's language, thereby fallaciously concluding that Babini has no case.
Its duty, as is fallaciously assumed, isn't to enact the view of any one political party.
Given this principle, one wonders whether Austin's understanding of "chance" occurrences are fallaciously to be understood in the sense that effects occur without a cause.
In this era, some TV shows, DVDs, and magazines fallaciously lead hunters to believe that a deer means nothing if it doesn't qualify for some record book.
This trend tended to legitimize the theory of government dysfunction which has been fallaciously attributed to liberal activism.
From the observation that most immigrants move away from comparative poverty, one deduces fallaciously that all poor people of the same place wish to do the same.
A related critique is that such an apologetic is an "argument from ignorance," or fallaciously implies that "absence of evidence" means "evidence of absence.
When, as with anaesthesia, the problem seems intractable, false explanations can come to be held tenaciously and the Meyer-Overton Hypothesis, which has had such a powerful influence on thinking in this field to the extent that it is often fallaciously termed the Meyer-Overton Rule, is, I believe, a classical example of misinterpretation of scientific results.
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On rare occasions, such as fallaciously identifying John A.
If clergy fail to humbly speak out and proclaim the evil of war and torture to the people under their care and to the war machine that acts fallaciously in their name and on behalf of every American, who will?