Illicit conversion

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Illicit conversion is the inversion of the subject and predicate in a proposition.
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Illicit conversion is the [[logical fallacy]] caused by the inversion of the subject and predicate in a proposition.
  
 
:No '''P''' are '''Q'''.
 
:No '''P''' are '''Q'''.
 
:Therefore, no '''Q''' are '''P'''.
 
:Therefore, no '''Q''' are '''P'''.

Revision as of 22:53, 9 August 2011

Illicit conversion is the logical fallacy caused by the inversion of the subject and predicate in a proposition.

No P are Q.
Therefore, no Q are P.
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