- n. The false proof of a statement by (prolonged) repetition, possibly by different people.
- Latin (Wiktionary)
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These user-created lists contain the word ‘argumentum ad nauseam’.
I know it's been done before, but I just couldn't resist having my own list--I'll be borrowing from Amberley's list of Fallacies (and others).
petitio principii, begging the question, post hoc ergo pro..., logical fallacy, ignoratio elenchi, non sequitur, amphiboly, fallacy of accent, amphibology, hypostatization, equivocation, reification and 12 more...
sometimes too close
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