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Sophism

Sophism in the modern definition is a specious argument used for deceiving someone.

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Sophism, Sophoclean Drama, and Oedipus
2/3/2009. 12. Sophism, Sophoclean Drama, and.
Sophism and Sophoclean Drama
9/30/2005. 13. Sophism and Sophoclean Drama.
PHILOSOPHY, SOPHISM/SOPHISTRY, “PILOSOPO”
1. 1: Philosophy, sophism/sophistry, “pilosopo”. [Published in Rolando M.
THE SCANDAL OF SOPHISM
Nietzsche!), this way of thinking about the place of Gorgias (and of Sophism .
Statistical Prediction Models, Artificial Neural Networks, and the
Statistical Prediction Models, Artificial Neural Networks, and the Sophism “I Am a Patient, Not a Statistic”.

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Cohen column on Perry missed the mark
However, I think that you are equally as guilty, but of a very sophisticated thought process called sophism. I was quite "impressed" that somehow Cohen wove "Tail Gunner" Joe McCarthy into the mix.
Readers debate a new stadium
He invoked the NFL sophism about “community-building.” And he waxed philosophical about “sacred moments” provided by the Chargers. Pure biting satire!
Eritrea: Caught In A Trap
Sophia Tesfariam, a devout PFDJ supporter, has invented a new Sophism: defining your most glaring weakness as a strength. Her slogan is: rule of law over rule of the jungle! Really.

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Sophism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sophism in the modern definition is a specious argument used for deceiving someone.
Sophism - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sophism can mean two very different things.
Sophism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
an argument apparently correct in form but actually invalid; especially : such an argument used to deceive. 2. : sophistry 1.
sophism - definition of sophism by the Free Online Dictionary
[Middle English sophime, sophisme, from Old French sophime, from Latin sophisma, from Greek, from sophizesthai, to be subtle, from sophos, clever, wise.
Sophism | Define Sophism at Dictionary.com
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