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Fallacies of this description are the great stumbling-block to correct thinking in political economy.
Almost all fallacies, therefore, might in strictness be brought under our fifth class, Fallacies of Confusion.
The above classification of Fallacies is a rearrangement of the plans adopted by Whately and Mill.
LOGICCARVETH READ
Fallacies of different orders often herd or cluster together in this fashion, one smoothing the way for another.
The audience sat listless as the old arguments and recriminations, the old facts and fallacies, were laid before them.
THE CONQUEST OF AMERICACLEVELAND MOFFETT
In the short view of his doctrines which I am about to give, these fallacies will become evident.
CURIOSITIES OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCEJ. G. (JOHN GIDEON) MILLINGEN
A single sentence often disposes of half a dozen fallacies firmly imbedded in governmental tradition.
You young men are sanguine and foolish; you lose sight of facts in fallacies.
Argument:—The effects of ignorance, shown in the evils brought on by our vain desires and fallacies or erroneous judgments.
The term would thus appear to cover all varieties of error which are not recognized as fallacies or false inferences.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY