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fallacy
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The Fountainhead
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  • "That, my dear Kiki," he answered, his voice soft and distant, as if he were giving an answer, not to her, but to a thought of his own, "is one of our greatest common fallacies.
  • "THE BASIC trouble with the modern world," said Ellsworth Toohey, "is the intellectual fallacy that freedom and compulsion are opposites.

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  • The entire argument is built on a fallacy.
  • It’s a fallacy of composition to believe that because each member of Congress tends a parcel of the nation, the whole Congress tends the whole nation.
    http://realclearpolitics.blogs.time.com/2008/09/26/mccain_plays_it_like_mccain/(retrieved 02/20/09)

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