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Surname 1 Name Professor Date Course Ambiguity The idea of the fallacy of ambiguity regarding language is greatly brought out in the reading. The point is very crucial to any philosophy class, and anybody would not wish to go without thoroughly discussing it. The ambiguity of language is (word, phrase, or sentence) is one that has two or more distinct meanings. This means that the individual components of any sentence made are purely dependent on the correct use and arrangements of the individual components (Huckaby & Francyne 28). They must be coherent to one another and work together in making sure that the overall intention or message is sufficiently passed. It is the role of the person responsible for the creation of the sentence in making sure that there is a correct order and also to consider a possible distortion of the message. The argument is built on the propositions which are the individual components. Therefore, the argument about
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  • Fall '17
  • jane
  • Logic, Jonathan 80, idea of the fallacy of ambiguity

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