Existential fallacy


 
Name of fallacy Existential fallacy
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Type Deductive Logic Argument, Formal Argument
Description An argument that has two universal premises and a particular conclusion, but the premises do not establish the truth of the conclusion. The fallacy exists because at least one of the objects of the premises must exist but the premises do not establish this.
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Form 
Treatment Dealt with by identifying the object that does not exist in the physical world.

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