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... is a faulty assumption that becomes the basis of an argument and makes it logically unsound. For example, all birds can fly. Penguins can't fly. Therefore, penguins aren't birds. The premise that all birds can fly is false since some birds can't fly.
A logical fallacy is reasoning that contains a flaw.
Many logical fallacies rely on false premises:
Someone might choose to rely on a particular implicit premi...
When you respond to the use of false premises, you should generally call them out as false, explain why they're false, and how them being false invalidates the argument.
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