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#114812 - 11/05/03 06:50 AM Re: List of Fallacious Arguments
I like it. It doesn't look familiar.
#114813 - 11/05/03 09:43 AM Re: ad ignorantium
Loc: Te Ika a Maui
Thank for the sugestion, WW, and for the excellent link, gift horse. I now know why I am glad some of my drapes don't reach the floor._________________________
noho ora mai
#114814 - 12/08/03 01:04 PM Re: ad ignorantium
Loc: Utter Placebo, Planet Reebok
There's not a lot of difference between ad ignorantium and begging the question. But then, there isn't a lot of difference between quite a lot of approaches to fallacy!
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