Generally fallacious ways of thinking that (often) lead to wrong results.
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The use of terms and concepts at an unjustified level of abstraction.
Misconceptions that can arise because something can be interpreted in more than one way.
Various forms of fallacies, where conclusions are drawn on the basis of inaccurate or insufficient information, or where general statements are illicitly applied to specific situations.
Arguments or forms of reasoning that seem plausible at first glance, but which may not actually contribute to the evaluation of a proposed position.
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