Definition of Sophisms

1. Noun. (plural of sophism) ¹



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Definition of Sophisms

1. sophism [n] - See also: sophism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sophisms

sootlike
soots
sooty
sop up
sopaipilla
sopaipillas
sopapilla
sopapillas
sopcheite
soph
sopheric
sopherim
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sophies
sophism
sophisms (current term)
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sophister
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sophisticalness
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sophisticated
sophisticated falsificationism
sophisticatedly
sophisticatedness
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sophisticating

Literary usage of Sophisms

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1. Elements of logick; or, A summary of the general principles and different by Levi Hedge (1816)
"sophisms. 191. A knowledge of the different kinds of reasoning, with their respective laws and principles, is of important use in enabling us to detect the ..."

2. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"SOCIALISTIC sophisms. Having demonstrated that the Socialist programme, ... We shall take the enumeration of these sophisms from the declaration of ..."

3. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"SOCIALISTIC sophisms. Having demonstrated that the Socialist programme, ... We shall take the enumeration of these sophisms from the declaration of ..."

4. The Tyranny of Socialism by Yves Guyot (1894)
"SOCIALISTIC sophisms. Having demonstrated that the Socialist programme, so far from being an advance, only represents a retrograde movement towards earlier ..."

5. The Works of the Rev. Isaac Watts D.D. in Nine Volumes by Isaac Watts (1813)
"The Doctrine of sophisms. FROM truth nothing can really follow but what is true : •whensoever therefore we find a false conclusion drawn from premises which ..."

6. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1896)
"INAPPLICABLE TERMS From ' Economic sophisms ' LET us give up ... the puerility of applying to industrial competition phrases applicable to war,— a way of ..."

7. Critical Miscellanies by John Morley (1905)
"not mocked, and these sophisms bore their fruit in due season. Perhaps if there had been found on either side in France a hundred righteous men like Turgot ..."

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