On Sophistical Refutations

On Sophistical Refutations

On Sophistical Refutations (or "De Sophisticis Elenchis") is a text in Aristotle's Organon.

Aristotle identified thirteen fallacies, as follows:;Verbal fallacies
* Accent or emphasis
* Amphibology
* Equivocation
* Composition
* Division
* Figure of speech;Material fallacies
* Accident
* Affirming the consequent
* Converse accident
* Irrelevant conclusion
* Begging the question
* False cause
* Fallacy of many questions



External links

* [http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/a/a8/sophist.html translated by W. A. Pickard-Cambridge]

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