37-39) to analyze cases thought to be associated with what was traditionally called the fallacy of many questions.
These early uses of profiles of dialogue can be made into a generalizable method that has a special structure as a method of fault diagnosis more broadly useful for argumentation studies by extending the previous way of dealing the fallacy of many questions.
It is this difference that enables an explanation of the fallacy of many questions to be given.
The 3 Responses Dialogue Rule is also obviously closely related to the funds-stealing question taken as our example of the fallacy of many questions analyzed by the profiles method.
For example, it could represent one of the traditional fallacies, such as the fallacy of many questions or the fallacy of begging the question (circular argumentation).