False Premise

A false premise is an incorrect assumption, axiom or first principle used to further an argument. For example, “berries are natural and therefore they are healthy”, but this assumption relies on the fact that everything natural is healthy, whereas the poison berry Belladonna is also natural, but is also known as the deadly nightshade.

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