<scholasticism, syllogism, Aristotle, logic, antinomy>, <fallacia in dictione, fallacia extra dictione> An informal fallacy that arises from the ambiguity produced by a shift of emphasis in spoken or written language. Example: "Joan said that she never wants to see another Demi Moore movie, so we won't show her another one; we'll just play this same one over and over again". In such instances, an uninflected reading of the premise often provides no reason at all for believing the conclusion.
[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]
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