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What is a prosecutor in court?

In a criminal case, the prosecutor is the attorney representing the government who presents (i.e.: prosecutes) the case against the defendant in an attempt to prove him guilty (MORE)

What is the anthropomorphic fallacy?

  The anthropomorphic fallacy (also known as the pathetic fallacy) is the attribution of human thoughts and emotions to animals or inanimate objects. For example, to claim (MORE)

What is the Netherlands fallacy?

The Netherlands Fallacy is a belief that the netherland's environmental impact (and likewise other rich nations) is decreasing and only contained to it's borders. This is not (MORE)

Fallacy of assumption?

'Fallacy of Assumption' describes a class of formal and informal logical fallacies that are to do with a flaw in an argument's assumptions. A common example of a fallacy of a (MORE)

What does fallacy mean?

Answer   An error in reasoning. Synonyms-inconsistency,evasion,deceit,bias,false or misleading appearance or notion.   An ignorant misconception. Synonyms-delusion,dec (MORE)

What are fallacies?

    On fallacies       A fallacy is a general type of appeal (or category of argument) that resembles good reasoning, but that readers should not find to (MORE)

What is a fallacie?

In logic, a fallacy is one of many various types of erroneous reasoning that render arguments logically unsound. In more general terms, one can view a fallacy as a misleading (MORE)

Is religion a fallacy?

The funny thing about religion is that is requires faith, much like most of the science we are fed today. Everything requires faith, a belief in something. So in that way, yes (MORE)