Perfect solution fallacy


 
Name of fallacy Perfect solution fallacy
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Type Denial Argument, Informal Argument
Description Where an argument assumes that a perfect solution exists and/or that a solution should be rejected because some part of the problem would still exist after it was implemented
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Form 
Treatment Perfection is an abstract idea. It does not map to a physical object or property. Perfect solution only exist in the Abstract World. This is a way of rejecting physical world solutions, evidence etc.

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