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Paralogism

Pa`ral´o`gism
n.1.(Logic) A reasoning which is false in point of form, that is, which is contrary to logical rules or formulæ; a formal fallacy, or pseudo-syllogism, in which the conclusion does not follow from the premises.
Noun1.paralogism - an unintentionally invalid argument
Aristotelian sorites, Goclenian sorites, argument, argument by analogy, argumentum ad baculum, argumentum ad captandum, argumentum ad hominem, bad case, begging the question, categorical syllogism, circular argument, claptrap, crowd-pleasing argument, dilemma, empty words, enthymeme, fallacy, figure, formal fallacy, hysteron proteron, insincere argument, logical fallacy, material fallacy, mere rhetoric, mode, modus tollens, mood, moonshine, non sequitur, petitio principii, philosophism, prosyllogism, pseudosyllogism, rule, rule of deduction, solecism, sophism, sophistry, sorites, syllogism, verbal fallacy, weak point
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