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What is the type of reasoning used here in the stimulus? I know it is not conditional.

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Hi Dandelion,

This can probably be best seen as a variation of the common flaw where "some evidence against a position is used to conclude the position is false." The critic doesn't like why/how they believe a certain thing, and uses that to dismiss their entire position.

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