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a dicto secundum quid ad dictum simpliciter


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(Latin, from the qualified statement to the unqualified)

The fallacy of taking out a needed qualification: ‘If it is always permissible to kill in war, then it is always permissible to kill.’ Also known as the converse fallacy of the accident.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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