Lynx Ssss

Fallacy of composition?

1. Some parts of human body is made up of cells.

2. Hands are made up of cells.

3. Therefore every part of body is made up of cell

asked on Thursday, Jul 29, 2021 05:10:10 AM by Lynx Ssss

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Bo Bennett, PhD

Premises 1 & 2 are functionally the same, so you can remove one and still have the fallacy of composition . Remember that, even if the conclusion is true, the reasoning can still be fallacious. This is a prime example.

answered on Thursday, Jul 29, 2021 07:21:11 AM by Bo Bennett, PhD

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Lynx Ssss writes:


posted on Thursday, Jul 29, 2021 10:29:32 AM