The Polarity Fallacy
|dc.contributor.author||Singer, Marcus G.|
|dc.description.abstract||There are multifarious ways in which two terms can be “polar,” and this sometimes leads to confusion and fallacious reasoning. This paper identifies a fallacy of reasoning that arises from one such confusion.|
|dc.title||The Polarity Fallacy|
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