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What is a circular argument? It is a logical fallacy that states the argument's conclusion in the argument itself, making the argument pointless.
Jenny, what did you think of lunch today? I thought it was delicious. It was actually hot and was made excellently! It was so good, right?
It was quite good, Johnny, but you just used a logical fallacy. You stated the conclusion in your argument. You should have given the reasons first, then your conclusion at the end.
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