Talk:Correlative-based fallacies

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This article's examples only confuse me... I understand some of the fallacies that are 'correlative based,' but I do not understand the examples given here, or the underlying theme that makes them all correlative based. It needs a better example and explanation.


Is there any reason these various types of correlative fallacies aren't merged? Would anybody mind if I did so? -Eleusinian 06:11, August 1, 2005 (UTC)