Non-logical fallacy

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1 Definition


A non-logical fallacy - also called an informal fallacy - is an argument that has at least one false, or at least unproven, premise, but which we have a cognitive bias towards using. That is, a non-logical fallacy involves a valid argument, but is unsound, or at least not obviously sound.

Another type of reasoning fallacy is a logical fallacy.

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