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22nd Aug '16 4:53:44 AM Jeduthun
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9th Jun '12 5:15:47 AM Specialist290
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Besides a words definition most words have a connotation that implies that its subject is either good or bad. For example both the words cabin and shack mean basically the same thing, but one word has a positive connotation and the other has a negative connotation. Using a loaded term by itself isn't fallacious. Though using loaded terms as a basis for an argument is. Using a loaded term to imply that the subject in question is bad when the point of your argument is that that its bad is just another form of BeggingTheQuestion.

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Besides a words definition word's definition, most words have a connotation that implies that its subject is either good or bad. For example example, both the words cabin "cabin" and shack "shack" mean basically the same thing, but one word has a positive connotation and the other has a negative connotation. Using a loaded term by itself isn't fallacious. Though fallacious, but using loaded terms as a basis for an argument is. Using a loaded term to imply that the subject in question is bad when the point of your argument is that that its bad is just another form of BeggingTheQuestion.
15th Dec '11 8:23:13 AM TheHyenaPrincess
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