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The logical fallacy of '''generalization from fictional evidence''' consists in drawing the real-world conclusions based on statements invented and selected for the purpose of writing fiction.
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The logical fallacy of '''generalization from fictional evidence''' consists in drawing real-world conclusions based on statements invented and selected for the purpose of writing fiction.
  
 
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The logical fallacy of generalization from fictional evidence consists in drawing real-world conclusions based on statements invented and selected for the purpose of writing fiction.

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