Elench

E¬∑lench' (e*lĕnk') noun ; plural Elenchs . [ Latin elenchus , Greek ..., from ... to convict, confute, prove: confer Old French elenche .] (Logic) (a) That part of an argument on which its conclusiveness depends; that which convinces of refutes an ant...
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Elench

• (n.) That part of an argument on which its conclusiveness depends; that which convinces of refutes an antagonist; a refutation. • (n.) A specious but fallacious argument; a sophism.
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