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A false idea or mistaken belief arrived at through faulty reasoning is a ______. philosophical fallacy, logical fallacy, normative fallacy.
logical fallacy is the answer. A "fallacy" is a mistake, and a "logical" fallacy is a mistake in reasoning.
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