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Meaning of 谬误

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miù (Trad.: 謬誤)
error; mistaken idea; falsehood
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Synonym: 错误
Antonyms: 真理 正确 准确
Example Sentences
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It is sometimes difficult to disentangle truth from falsehood.
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The fallacy of the neoclassicals is their tenet that total employment, though hit by shocks, can be said always to be heading back to some normal level.
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We human beings, subject to all the frailties and errors of human existence, cannot know how our earthly affairs may look when viewed by a superhuman intellect.
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This approach reflects a great fallacy of the modern ideology of science: that scientific knowledge is a public good, equally available and potentially equally beneficial to all.
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At the same time, they should add a summary of all the errors and wild exaggerations made by the climate skeptics - and where they get their funding.