non sequitur

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Any invalid argument in which the conclusion cannot be logically deduced from the premises; a logical fallacy
A statement that does not logically follow a statement that came before it
Any abrupt and inexplicable transition or occurrence

Having a costumed superhero abduct the vicar was an utter non sequitur in the novel.

A kind of pun that uses a change of word, subject, or meaning to make a joke of the listener’s expectation
(Latin) "t does not follow", inconsistent statement, a conclusion does not logically follow from the facts or law
a reply that has no relevance to what preceded it
n a statement that does not follow logically from what what preceded it
(logic) a conclusion that does not follow from the premises a reply that has no relevance to what preceded it
(logic) a conclusion that does not follow from the premises
it does not follow
Latin phrase meaning, "It does not follow " The characteristic feature of arguments that fail to provide adequate support for their conclusions, especially those that commit one of the fallacies of relevance
An argument that does not follow from its premises
An inference which does not follow from the premises
A non sequitur is a statement, remark, or conclusion that does not follow naturally or logically from what has just been said. Had she missed something important, or was this just a non sequitur?. a statement which does not seem to be connected in a reasonable or sensible way with what was said before
non sequiturs
plural form of non sequitur
non-sequitur
Alternative spelling of non sequitur. (all senses)
nonsequitur
Alternative form of non sequitur
non sequitur

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    /ˈnän ˈsekwətər/ /ˈnɑːn ˈsɛkwɪtɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ (')nän also "n& ] (prefix.) From the Latin phrase nōn sequitur (“it does not follow”), from nōn (“not”) + sequitur (third-person form of sequor (“I follow”)); in Latin, the phrase sees no use as a noun. Compare sequence, from same root.

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