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fallacy of many questions

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(Logic) logic the rhetorical trick of asking a question that cannot be answered without admitting a presupposition that may be false, as have you stopped beating your wife?
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The group will set out to answer the complex question of whether the incidence of degenerative neurocognitive disease is more common in ex-professional footballers than in the normal population.
Jeff Martin says: This is a complex question and I don't deal with non-UK rights.
But these two issues are only part of a complex question that takes in decades of history and strikes at the heart of who we are as a nation.
The complex question of determining God's will in our own pedestrian times was of particular moment in some sections of urban Polish Hasidism, especially in the early 19th-century thought of Przysucha, Kotzk, Izbica, and Lublin.
Google has integrated a smart parsing system which can parse various aspects of a complex question to understand it better.
Underlying both water quality and water scarcity concerns is the complex question of priority.
gl/sGbL93/ outlined the progress that's being made to answer this complex question.
At the Prospect, we've tried to pull back the veil on this sector, and in this issue, frequent contributor DAYO OLOPADE tackles the complex question of the Gates Foundation's enormous commitments to global development and health.
Whether exchange of life has ever occurred following the meteorites' impact is a more complex question, but "we should be open to the possibility that there is microbial life on Mars that shares a common ancestor with Earth life," explained researchers.
Addressing this complex question requires insights from research, policy and practice and, as such, any conclusions will have implications for each of these fields.
This revised and translated (with John Stewart) version of Blau: Die Farbe des Himmels (1999) delves into the history of humankind's attempt to answer the surprisingly complex question of why the sky is blue.
THE EUROPEAN Commission is pushing softly-softly guidelines to clarify the often complex question of what materials should legally be considered waste under European Union (EU) regulations, and what a usable by-product?
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