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Equivocation is a logical fallacy whereby an argument is made with a term which changes semantics in the course of the argument.
Equivocation may also refer to:
- Equivocation (information theory), in information theory, measures the amount of information that is contained in a random variable or other unknown quantity, given the knowledge over another random variable
- Amphibology, equivocation in literature
- Equivocation (magic), a technique in magic or mentalism, in which a performer gives the appearance of an apparent choice, with no such choice existing.
- Equivocation (play), a play by Bill Cain, about William Shakespeare and the Gunpowder Plot
- Doctrine of mental reservation
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