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A fallacy that is meaningful irrespective of the truthiness of subjectivity's premises because the subjective precedes the objective on the line of time.

A fallacy that must be treated as meaningful and therefore real because the subjective vector universally points toward truth whereas the object-vector does so exclusively specifically.
A true fallacy is true regardless of its premises ie. meaning CREATES reality a la Kant.
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by kvikaas July 30, 2018
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