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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Having the nature of a formal fallacy.

Usage examples (4)
  • Kant's subsequent efforts are thus directed towards demonstrating the paralogistic
  • In short, the theory of the compound tenses, and of the passive verb, appears to be so firmly based in the genius of our language, and so practically important to the student,...
  • Reasoning from what has been to what will be is apt to be paralogistic at the best.
  • Those people who use conversive operations too often for the purpose of finding convenient conclusions, or constructing some cunning paralogistic or paramoralistic... for more
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