Irish Papist

Irish Papist
Me and General Robert Lee

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Some Summer Days are Cold and Some Winter Days are Warm

Therefore it is wrong to typify summer as warm or winter as cold.

This is obviously a fallacy, and I think it would be a good example of a common fallacy. (How often do you find yourself saying, or just thinking: "But I never said or even implied that ALL of X were Y...")

But what to call it? The warm winter's day objection? The cold summer day gambit? The summer rain reply?

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