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  • 141Overwhelming exception — An overwhelming exception is a logical fallacy similar to a hasty generalization. It is a generalization that is accurate, but comes with one or more qualifications which eliminate so many cases that what remains is much less impressive than the… …

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  • 142Denying the correlative — The logical fallacy of denying the correlative is an attempt made at introducing alternatives where there are none. In a way, it is the opposite of the false dilemma, which is denying other alternatives. For example: Policeman: .. either you… …

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  • 143Questionable cause — Fallacies of questionable cause, also known as causal fallacies, non causa pro causa ( non cause for cause in Latin) or false cause, are informal fallacies where a cause is incorrectly identified. These include: Correlation implies causation (cum …

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  • 144Misleading vividness — is a term that can be applied to anecdotal evidence[1] describing an occurrence, even if it is an exceptional occurrence, with sufficient detail to permit hasty generalizations about the occurrence (e.g., to convince someone that the occurrence… …

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  • 145Correlative-based fallacies — In logic, correlative based fallacies, also known as fallacies of distraction, are logical fallacies based on correlative conjunctions. Contents 1 Correlative conjunctions 1.1 Examples 2 Fallacies 3 …

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  • 146François-Henri de Montmorency, duc de Luxembourg — The Duc de Luxembourg Nickname Le Tapissier de Notre Da …

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  • 147RuBisCO — Ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase, most commonly known by the shorter name RuBisCO [The term Rubisco was, in 1979, coined humorously by David Eisenberg at a seminar honouring the retirement of the early, prominent rubisco researcher …

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  • 149Pat Nixon — Infobox First Lady name = Thelma Pat Nixon birth date = birth date|mf=yes|1912|3|16 birth place = Ely, Nevada, U.S. death date =death date and age|mf=yes|1993|6|22|1912|3|16 death place = Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S. occupation = First Lady of… …

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  • 150Fallacy of division — A fallacy of division occurs when one reasons logically that something true of a thing must also be true of all or some of its parts. An example: A Boeing 747 can fly unaided across the ocean. A Boeing 747 has jet engines. Therefore, one of its… …

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  • 151Fallacy of composition — The fallacy of composition arises when one infers that something is true of the whole from the fact that it is true of some part of the whole (or even of every proper part). For example: This fragment of metal cannot be broken with a hammer,… …

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  • 152Theatre of Tragedy — Infobox musical artist Name = Theatre of Tragedy Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Origin = Stavanger, Norway Instrument = Genre = Gothic metal (early and currently) Death/Doom (1st and 2nd studio albums) Industrial… …

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  • 153Fallacy of the single cause — The fallacy of the single cause, also known as causal oversimplification, is a fallacy of questionable cause that occurs when it is assumed that there is a single, simple cause of an outcome when in reality it may have been caused by a number of… …

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  • 154Conjunction fallacy — The conjunction fallacy is a logical fallacy that occurs when it is assumed that specific conditions are more probable than a single general one. The most often cited example of this fallacy originated with Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman:[1]… …

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  • 155Converse accident — The logical fallacy of converse accident (also called reverse accident, destroying the exception, or a dicto secundum quid ad dictum simpliciter) is a deductive fallacy that can occur in a statistical syllogism when an exception to a… …

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  • 156Observer-expectancy effect — Participant observer effect redirects here. Psychology …

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  • 157False precision — (also called overprecision, fake precision, misplaced precision and spurious accuracy) occurs when numerical data are presented in a manner that implies better precision than is actually the case; since precision is a limit to accuracy, this… …

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  • 158Social effect of evolutionary theory — The social effects of evolutionary thought have been considerable. As the scientific explanation of life s diversity has developed, it has often displaced alternative, sometimes very widely held, explanations. Because the theory of evolution… …

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  • 159Etymology — Etymologies redirects here. For the encyclopedia, see Etymologiae. For the Elvish dictionary, see The Etymologies (Tolkien). Not to be confused with Entomology or Etiology. For help writing an etymology on Wikipedia, see Template:Etymology …

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  • 160Sir Richard John Griffith, 1st Baronet — Infobox Scientist name = PAGENAME box width = image width =150px caption = PAGENAME birth date = September 20, 1784 birth place = Dublin death date = September 22, 1878 death place = Dublin residence = citizenship = nationality = Irish ethnicity …

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