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fallacy
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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Definition
a mistaken belief; or a common form of incorrect reasoning
  • To whom replied The graceful husband of the Spartan bride: "Cold counsels, Trojan, may become thy years But sound ungrateful in a warrior's ears: Old man, if void of fallacy or art, Thy words express the purpose of thy heart, Thou, in thy time, more sound advice hast given; But wisdom has its date, assign'd by heaven.
    Book 7 (75% in)

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