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A "fallacious argument" is one that is based on an erroneous assumption or belief. fallacious: adjective fal·la·cious \fə-ˈlā-shəs\ 1: embodying a fallacy 2: tending to deceive or mislead : delusive http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fallacious


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If you're looking for a phrase, (not something out of a textbook) a common expression is: "Take/Taking it at face value."


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You can say that a, b and c form a conjunction. Although one might say that the conjunction is just the word and in that sentence, the word can also be used to refer to (a∧b∧c) as a whole. Here is an example from a book in a relevant field: , Symbolic Logic by Hardegree, page 104: ... the statement, (c) Jay and Kay are Sophomores, is equivalent to ...



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