47. Begging the Question - Deepstash

47. Begging the Question

The fallacy of "begging the question" consists of assuming as true something that the other side would not admit. A common form of the fallacy consists of slipping in an epithet which quietly takes for granted one's own view of the question, or of using some expression that assumes one's own view as correct. Begging the question is often committed in the course of defining terms.

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