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answered You are standing into danger
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
And 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong too.
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
"Three men make a tiger" is the closest to what I had in mind, but sadly it's not in English.
Dec
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accepted Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
@Boofus: This assumes a third party intentionally creates and spreads the misinformation.
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
But it's not that they wish it to be true. Rather, they assume it to be true because others talk about it.
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
"Bandwagon fallacy" sounds good, thanks!
Dec
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comment Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
@FumbleFingers: That sounds plausible, but I didn't claim that lots of people believe it, just that some people believe it because others talk about it.
Dec
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asked Term for the sense that something must be true because many people talk about it
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted OK to use two “there”s in a sentence?
Sep
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comment Preposition: “[In] Which city are you located [in]?”
You're right; my mistake! I've edited my answer.
Sep
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revised Preposition: “[In] Which city are you located [in]?”
Fix uncertain wrong example
Sep
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comment OK to use two “there”s in a sentence?
Thanks! I didn't know about avoiding the same word in different senses. Isn't that the whole idea of syllepsis to implicitly (without actually repeating it) use the same word in different senses?
Sep
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asked OK to use two “there”s in a sentence?
Sep
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comment “Go by foot” vs. “go on foot”
Upvote as question seems reasonable.
Sep
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answered Preposition: “[In] Which city are you located [in]?”
Sep
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comment Is the second “are” required in “Here are the ideas I thought are worth spreading”?
Upvote because it's a good answer. Why was it even downvoted?