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The Interpretive Fallacy, Two Versions

By Bbenzon @bbenzon
Interpretive Fallacy, a different version: If A can be interpreted as B, then it must be a case of B.
Example: That cloud (A) looks like an elephant (B), therefore it must be an one.
I see this in lit crit & cultural studies, though not so obviously wrong as the example. — Bill Benzon (@bbenzon) October 21, 2019

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