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- n. The property of being fallacious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. result of a fallacy or error in reasoning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being fallacious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. result of a fallacy or error in reasoning
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Krugman and Yglesias will even publish a graph that demonstrates the fallaciousness of their pro-Bush scenario! joe from Lowell Says:
And on Iran, the WikiLeaks disclosures showed the fallaciousness of the argument that an Israeli-Palestinian accord was critical in getting the moderate Arab world to join forces against Teheran.
The reason it's so perfect is because it puts the fallaciousness of the IC argument in a nutshell: in Darwin's Black Box, Behe started with what he was claiming was an observable characteristic that showed evolution couldn't explain the structures.
It's exhausting for many of us to have to keep explaining the fallaciousness of this suggestion -- that Edwards is culpable of "something" because he didn't have the good sense to know a $400 dollar hair cut would land him in the doghouse.
Prophet's funeral or not, and regardless of your opinion of the LDS church ... your comment displayed the utmost ignorance and fallaciousness.
What's puzzling is how the GOP failed to recognize and appropriately adjust to the stagnant fallaciousness of the Limbaugh-Republicanist political calculus when, prior to its colossal Palin error, Rush, for all his supposed influence on the body politic, had failed in his campaign to prevent McCain from capturing the nomination in the first place.
The logical fallaciousness of this post is staggering.
I can testify to the complete fallaciousness of the “98%” statement as I sit here on the lower end of a dark continent.
She was ashamed of the species of expectation raised for Indiana, yet knew not how to interfere in Melmond's idea of her capacity, lest it might seem unkind to represent its fallaciousness; but she was glad to find her soft friend seemed to have a strict guardian in her brother; and wished eagerly to communicate to Edgar
He is pointing out the fallaciousness of this argument.