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ANECDOTAL evidence is not NECESSARILY false
Thu Nov 10, 2016 6:22am

so to say anecdotal evidence is fallacious proof IS FALSE, it is USED CONSTANTLY in the Medical Field so maybe the complaint of fallacious argument needs some clarification especially in regard to "special pleading" in relation to NDE. I DON'T THINK IT CAN POSSIBLY APPLY and don't want to raise the NDE issue but you are using fallacious logic when it is totally IRRELEVANT!

    • Not FALSE, but invalid as evidence.DFM, Thu Nov 10 9:49am
      Anecdotes may be true or false, but they are NOT evidence in any case. If eyewitness Joe says that he saw the killer stab the victim with a knife [FALSE], yet the victim has gunshot wounds and no... more
    • Nor it necessarily true...Sprout, Thu Nov 10 6:42am
      It is nothing until it is PROVEN one way or another.
      • Anecdotal evidence is evidence from anecdotes, i.e., evidence collected in a CASUAL OR INFORMAL MANNER and RELYING HEAVILY OR ENTIRELY ON PERSONAL Testimony. When compared to other types of evidence, ... more
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