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JESUIT
POSSIBLE
LARGE NUMBER
WORDS
HAWAII
TIME
POSSIBILITY
FILING
FALSE CHOICE
CHOICE
FALSE SENSE
SENSE
DOLPHIN
UNIVERSE
INFLATION
IDEA
REALITY
LDQUO
WAY
SHOW
PROOF
CHARGES
HENCE
MATTER
WHETHER
NOTION
NUMBER
TYPE
MISSING
IMPLANT
RUMORS
RUMOR
ALLEGATIONS
IMPLICIT ASSUMPTION
PROPOSITION
PROPOSITIONS
FALSE PREMISES
PREMISES
APPEAL
FALLACIOUS ARGUMENT
LOGIC
NON SEQUITUR
FALSE NAME
PREMISE
LOGICAL FALLACY
CLAIMS
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Definitions

  1. False, the thicker the covering, the quick the transmission of the nerve impulse. (Web site)
  2. False are the claims of todays Pakistani Government that Pakistan gave refuge to Afghans for free.
  3. FALSE is notably more tractable than most esoteric programming languages.
  4. If false, the servlet that represents the page implements interface java.lang.SingleThreadModel and only one request can be processed by that JSP at a time.
  5. If FALSE, the presumption is that the data have been scaled by some other algorithm to the range [0,1].

Jesuit

  1. No Jesuit can leave his order alive! He reveals the infiltration of Protestant organizations, and warns of false "brethren" in our midst. (Web site)

Possible

  1. Although it is possible to sue law enforcement officials for false arrest, the usual defendants in such cases are private security firms. (Web site)
  2. It is simply not possible that both (1) and (2) are true and (3) is false, so this argument is deductively valid. (Web site)
  3. On the other hand, if (*) is true, then the ordinary continuum hypothesis (CH) must follow, but again it is possible that CH is true while (*) is false. (Web site)

Large Number

  1. However, it can also sound a large number of false positives, and users probably become desensitized to all the warnings. (Web site)
  2. By assuming that the parallel postulate was false, he managed to deduce a large number of non- euclidean results.
  3. Anomaly detection approaches usually produce a large number of false alarms due to the unpredictable behaviors of users and networks.

Words

  1. Verbal fallacies are those in which a false conclusion is obtained by improper or ambiguous use of words. (Web site)
  2. False cognates are a pair of words in the same or different languages that are similar in form and meaning but have different roots.
  3. In other words, a Type II error indicates "A Negative assumption is False".

Hawaii

  1. This would prove that James Mitose did indeed travel from Japan to Hawaii, and that any claims he never left the Islands are completely false. (Web site)
  2. WAIMANALO, Oahu, Hawaii -- The world's only known living hybrid of a false killer whale and an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin known as a "wholphin" has given.

Time

  1. This is manifestly false because the Church existed in Gaul before the time of Fabian, but it is probable enough that he did something for the Gallic Church. (Web site)
  2. Something to keep in mind next time you read another attempt to deny whistleblowers their due under the False Claims Act.
  3. These false alarms occur any time there is a discrepancy in the default policy and the local system's current configuration.

Possibility

  1. The disadvantage is the possibility of false positive results in patients previously treated for ulcers since the levels of H. pylori antibodies fall slowly. (Web site)
  2. Once again, this is the fallacy if not subjective and false, then objective and true, which ignores the possibility of objective deception. (Web site)
  3. According to this view, a hypothesis cannot be "confirmed", because there is always the possibility that a future experiment will show that it is false. (Web site)

Filing

  1. Jon Phelps was found guilty of witness intimidation and misdemeanor battery, while Margie Phelps was found guilty of filing a false report and Phelps Sr.

False Choice

  1. Obama said that the choice between our security and our ideals is a false choice.

Choice

  1. This example of the fallacy presents the false choice between a hitman and a videogamer, ignoring both the fact that exclusion is not inherent (i.e.
  2. The false choice, in which options are presented as being exclusive, when that is not the case.
  3. So, the argument gives a false choice.

False Sense

  1. Argument was given based on that trusting another diver in a buddy system may create a false sense of security to oneself while scuba diving. (Web site)
  2. This can leave R&D and business development groups with a false sense of security, believing that the simple act of filing provides solid IP protection.
  3. At the same time, do not be lulled into a false sense of security by the buddy system.

Sense

  1. The disadvantages include a possible increased overall cost of obtaining a patent, potential loss of trade secrets, and a false sense of security.
  2. If anything is offered to you by devotees and admirers, do not refuse it under a false sense of Vairagya.
  3. But the cold hard truth is that those protection schemes give a false sense of security. (Web site)

Dolphin

  1. Interbreeding between Dolphin and false killer whale: There has been one case of a female bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) and a male.

Universe

  1. If our universe is in a very long lived false vacuum, it is possible that the universe will tunnel into a lower energy state.
  2. Each time a quantum event happens which causes the universe to decay from false vacuum to true vacuum the universe splits.
  3. False Vacuum to the True See the "bubble nucleation process" it is not hard to follow what goes on in the early universe in a geometrical sense. (Web site)

Inflation

  1. The original idea for inflation, was that in some way, the universe got trapped in what was called, a false vacuum state.
  2. During inflation, the universe was nearly empty, its energy content having been swallowed up into the false vacuum.
  3. The belief in a tradeoff between inflation and unemployment is both widely held and completely false.

Idea

  1. For, true in one world, an idea may be false in another world.
  2. Isaiah also first introduces the idea not of false gods, but only one god. (Web site)
  3. He also first introduces the idea of false gods - a fundamental and indispensable criteria for monotheism. (Web site)

Reality

  1. A null hypothesis that is rejected may, in reality, be true or false. (Web site)
  2. O Bhikkhu, that which is unreality (mosadhamma) is false; that which is reality (amosadhamma) is Nibbana, is Truth (Sacca). (Web site)
  3. It is very difficult to accept the idea that the strategy of tension, the strategy of false flag, is a reality.

Ldquo

  1. Remember “Not proven, therefore false” If such reasoning were allowed, we could prove almost any conclusion.
  2. This attitude promotes duplicitous thinking whereby the Bible can be true on a “spiritual level” while being false on a physical level. (Web site)
  3. According to Engels, “ideology is a process accomplished by the so-called thinker consciously, it is true, but with a false consciousness.

Way

  1. However, it would be false to assume that she made her way to an acceptance of what in her time was called Anarchist Communism, Bakuninist Anarchism. (Web site)
  2. Following the coastline along False Bay, return to Cape Town after lunch by way of Simon's Town.
  3. By the way, the claim is false that no science fiction writer foretold that the whole world would be watching when the first man landed on the moon. (Web site)

Show

  1. In this sort of argument, the idea is to show that a contradiction (a statement that must be false) or an absurd result follows from a claim.
  2. The ugly monster of Pelagianism is cast upon us Arminians from time to time but you rightly show that that is false.
  3. If your puppy or dog has recently been vaccinated, this test will show a false positive. (Web site)

Proof

  1. Proof: Assume that one of the statements is true, and then use it as a premise to show that one of the other statements is false. (Web site)

Charges

  1. Lovett. The musical tells the story of Benjamin Barker, alias Sweeney Todd, who returns to London after 15 years' transportation on false charges. (Web site)
  2. And Barack Obama does not use false charges and exaggerated claims to play politics with national security. (Web site)
  3. Arrested in 1952 and found guilty of a large number of false charges, Watchman Nee was imprisoned until his death in 1972.

Hence

  1. But this is true for an arbitrary strategy; hence the axiom of determinacy is false. (Web site)
  2. Hence to claim that the Individualist Anarchists supported capitalist property rights is false.
  3. Hence the assumption is false and the theorem holds. (Web site)

Matter

  1. Remember that this scenario requires the existence of a false vacuum for the matter in the early universe. (Web site)
  2. Fraud - A false representation of a matter of fact which is intended to deceive another.
  3. Proof by Contradiction     A contradiction is a statement which is false no matter what the truth value of its constituent parts.

Whether

  1. This line of "reasoning" is fallacious because the consequences of a belief have no bearing on whether the belief is true or false.
  2. To formalists, it makes no sense to talk about whether the continuum hypothesis is true or false. (Web site)
  3. The time saved by not trying the issue of whether the proxy was materially false and misleading before the jury is likely to be insubstantial. (Web site)

Notion

  1. Fallacy: A deceptive, misleading or false notion or belief.
  2. Emotional restraint was the result of the notion that man's emotions as a guide to truth are false.
  3. There is a false premise that lies behind all ad hominem arguments: the notion that all people of type X make bad arguments. (Web site)

Number

  1. What is also needed is a way to limit the analysis to known viruses, thereby substantially reducing the number of false alarms.
  2. The simplest way of estimating the false positive rate is a Bonferroni correction, which simply multiplies each p value by the total number of tests.
  3. You can increase the value, but this is of dubious utility as the number of false alarms will probably increase.

Type

  1. Type II error: " accepting the null hypothesis when it is false ". (Web site)
  2. A type II error occurs when you do not reject the null hypothesis when it is in fact it is false.
  3. A Type II error is failing to reject the hypothesis when it is actually false.

Missing

  1. False teeth are used to partially of fully replace dental arch areas, where many teeth are missing. (Web site)
  2. Stateful checkboxes: The Struts 2 framework automatically tracks checkboxes; if a checkbox is missing, the default value -- false -- is assumed.
  3. Phelps won seven gold medals, missing one because the USA medley relay got disqualified for a false start in the heats.

Implant

  1. The cost of a single implant, and the prosthetic (false) tooth which is fitted on the implant, ranges from $2,900-$3,600.
  2. Denture A dental implant is a metal screw that is placed into the jaw bone and functions as an anchor for a false tooth. (Web site)
  3. Calculus A dental implant is a metal screw that is placed into the jaw bone and functions as an anchor for a false tooth.

Rumors

  1. Proof recorded "Many Men" (over 50 Cent's "Many Men" beat), which addressed false rumors that Royce had ordered a hit on Proof.
  2. Rumors There are many false rumors about the origin of the spork and the word spork. (Web site)
  3. Although the rumors proved false, they did not help strengthen ties between Nas and 50 Cent. (Web site)

Rumor

  1. Soon after however, the Prophet ascertained that the rumor was false. (Web site)

Allegations

  1. Samantha Stalker, a case of false allegations of child sexual misconduct by mother against father within a custody and access proceeding.
  2. They contain numerous contradictions and demonstrably false allegations, so many in fact that even the FBI questioned Chambers' credibility.
  3. Most of these charges have been proven false by historians, yet the allegations continue, in a sustained effort to vilify Israel on the world stage. (Web site)

Implicit Assumption

  1. If this implicit assumption is false, then the argument commits the fallacy of weak analogy.

Proposition

  1. An argument that a proposition is true because it has not been shown to be false, or vice versa.
  2. Propositional logic only considers whether a proposition is true or false. (Web site)

Propositions

  1. Logical determinism is the notion that all propositions, whether about the past, present or future, are either true or false. (Web site)
  2. A pioneering work in temporal logic, the symbolic logic of time, which permits propositions to be true at one time and false at another.
  3. Another series of propositions was misunderstood even by Catholie theologians, and then in this false sense rightly rejected -- e.g. (Web site)

False Premises

  1. Logical fallacy becomes all the more pernicious when coupled with false premises of the sort that only an expert can identify as such. (Web site)

Premises

  1. A fallacy is a mistake in an argument which consists in something other than merely false premises. (Web site)
  2. You can also build a valid argument from false premises, and arrive at a false conclusion. (Web site)
  3. But the false dilemma fallacy is due to false premises.

Appeal

  1. In an appeal to ignorance, one claims that a conclusion is true because it has not been proven false, or false because it has not been proven true.
  2. Subtype: Appeal to Ridicule This form of the argument from personal incredulity argues that a claim is false because it seems ridiculous.
  3. Appeal to Ignorance Claiming that something is true because no one has proven it false or vice versa.

Fallacious Argument

  1. This is the "fallacy fallacy" of arguing that a proposition is false because it has been presented as the conclusion of a fallacious argument. (Web site)
  2. A fallacy does not guarantee it is false; a fallacious argument fails to provide a good reason to believe the conclusion, even if that conclusion is correct. (Web site)

Logic

  1. However, the logic of the inductive step is incorrect when n = 2, because the statement that "the two sets overlap" is false.
  2. In logic this value, according to Frege, is always either the True or the False, hence the notion of truth-value.
  3. But then again "False Analogy" is a LOGICAL fallacy, and I don't go by logic. (Web site)

Non Sequitur

  1. While the conclusion can indeed be false, this cannot be linked to the premise since the statement is a non sequitur. (Web site)
  2. Wow. False premises, a non sequitur and an appeal to authority.

False Name

  1. Defendant first responded with a false name, which an officer knew was false.

Premise

  1. False Premise - In this fallacy, the conclusion is invalidated by an incorrect or assumptive premise.
  2. The false premise the logicians hold is the result of both a confusion of context (kind of logic) and vagueness of meaning (how truth is defined).
  3. False premise is certainly an instance of flawed reasoning, but it is not a fallacy in the sense of the article.

Logical Fallacy

  1. Whether reasonable or not, it would be a logical fallacy to say that you have proven the premise to be false solely on the basis of argument from silence. (Web site)
  2. This is of course a logical fallacy since the claim hinges upon the fact that the proposition hasn't been proven to be false.
  3. The logical fallacy of false choice is a correlative based fallacy in which options are presented as being exclusive when they may not be.

Claims

  1. STATUTES OF FRAUD: Laws in most states to protect against false claims for payment from contracts that were not agreed upon.
  2. According to the false claims of Herbert Spencer, a leading proponent of this error, early human beings had no religion.
  3. Run-of-the-mill slander and false claims of being married to someone were two common types of jactitation brought to court.

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