Generalization from fictional evidence
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Generalization from fictional evidence is a fallacy which leads us to judge reality in a way that is based on examples from fiction. A great example of this came in the 2008 Republican Party debates, in which many of the candidates invoked 24 to justify their national security policies.
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- Things to keep in mind before starting a conspiracy, mostly informed by fictional examples
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