nonfactual

nonfactual

(ˌnɒnˈfæktjʊəl)
adj
not based on fact; false
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"It's an ever-evolving area that's emotionally charged and is charged with nonfactual information that gets disseminated."
If the offending tweets are deemed nonfactual, Twitter may not be compelled to disclose identities of the two anonymous users.
Tam made a series of nonfactual arguments against gay marriage.
(2018), for instance, propose six types of fake news: (1) news satire, which typically uses humor and/or exaggeration; (2) news parody, which uses nonfactual information to inject humor; (3) news fabrication, referring to news that is not based on fact, but is published in the style of news articles to give the impression of legitimacy; (4) photo manipulation, involving manipulation of real images or videos to establish a false narrative; (5) advertising and public relations, in which advertising and press releases are published as news; and (6) propaganda, meaning news created by political entities to influence public perceptions.
Bhamaha, moreover, takes credit for a "law of ornaments" (alamkaravidhi), namely, that all ornaments entail intensification (atisaya) and hence indirect or nonfactual (vakra) expressivity.
But, arguably, this is so because the subject in the bad case forms such confidence on the basis of the nonfactual consideration that p (which she takes to be a fact), and not merely on the basis of the fact that it appears to her that p (that is, not on the basis of the consideration that it appears to her that p).
Meanwhile, former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in a strong rebuttal to all what he said about Mumbai terror attack as nonfactual because it was India's casual and non-cooperative attitude and not Pakistan resulting in the delay in the conclusion of the trial.
Those allegations have since been dismissed as nonfactual.
Axact, in an official response, calls the investigation 'defamatory' further condemning the story 'for its baseless accusations and for its substandard, nonfactual and fallacious reporting pertaining to maligning and defamatory false accusations.'
Interprofessional based experiential case based learning can reinforce the art and science of medicine in a more humanistic fashion that not only appeals to the explicit nonfactual learning of the medical student but also the implicit hidden curriculum which is imbibed by students.4 Positive role modeling from experiences shared by other seniors in the form of multi-disciplinary teams can translate the adoption of resilience and coping methods learnt by peers in keeping with the age old model of apprenticeship from yesteryears.
Requiring a nonfactual, controversial disclosure in a commercial advertisement might well discourage the speaker from advertising in the first place, in a way that a factual, noncontroversial disclosure would not.