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Unformatted text preview: dove somewhere in the heart of Africa that no one has seen before making the argument invalid. Another problem with the argument is that doves are not the only bird with white feathers. Are swans doves? Certainly not, but based on the argument, if something is a dove then it has white feathers, it is hard to determine what other white feathered fowl should be classified as. Although the argument will have an ample amount of evidence to support it, it is still impossible to prove that all doves have white feathers and anything that does not have white feathers is not a dove, thus creating a problem in the argument....
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