Post hoc

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Post hoc (sometimes written as post-hoc) (a shortened style of post hoc ergo propter hoc) is a fallacy in which one event is alleged to be the reason for a later event just because it occurred earlier. It is also referred to as the fallacy of the false cause or the argument from succession alone.

It may refer to:

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