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The logical fallacy of false dichotomy or false choice occurs when one provides only two (or a few) answers to a question, giving the illusion that these choices exhaust all possibilities, when in fact they don't. Some examples include:
- In fact, both may be wrong.
- This ignores other possibilities, such as "legend".
- You're either with us or against us.
- I might not stand in your way, but cannot actively support your course of action.