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1. Reductio Ad Absurdum

  • Even more so, if one thing true next thing even more so.
  • Begging the question
  • Disproving argument by showing proposition leads to absurd conclusions
  • Unique, One of a kind.
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2. De Jure

  • An object of perception, not material object.
  • Concerning the law
  • Blank slate, prior to impression/experience
  • Unique, One of a kind.

3. Salva Veritate

  • Interchanging two terms without effecting meaning
  • Begging the question
  • An object of perception, not material object.
  • Unique, One of a kind.

4. Petitio Principii

  • Begging the question
  • Blank slate, prior to impression/experience
  • An object of perception, not material object.
  • Despite what X says

5. Prima Facie

  • Begging the question
  • Blank slate, prior to impression/experience
  • On first appearance
  • Even more so, if one thing true next thing even more so.

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