Miracle wrote:The phrase "it presupposes what it attempts to prove" always gets me. I looked it up in manhattan LR under abstract language however they don't have any examples of it.
Would someone elaborate on it for me. Provide me with an example of what is meant by it? It always gets me.
I've always interpreted it to just mean it uses circular reasoning.
ETA: A --> B, B --> C, C --> A, so A is true.