Doom (cepter_doom) wrote in latin,
Doom
cepter_doom
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Hello. Just wondering: two logical fallacies commonly go by their Latin names, post hoc ergo propter hoc and cum hoc ergo propter hoc. If I wanted, in Latin, to correct someone who committed these fallacies, what would I say? I was thinking that I'd just replace "ergo" with "non" or maybe "sed non"; does that seem right?
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