False equivalence

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False equivalence has more than one meaning. As such, this article is merely a disambiguation page, listing articles associated with False equivalence.

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False equivalence is used to mean:

  • False balance, the fallacy of presenting two sides as equally strong when they are not
  • Weak analogy, the fallacy of using an analogy to "prove" that two things share characteristics that they may not