A figure of address in which the normal or logical purchase of the terms is reversed, as with bred and born instead of born and bred.
The reasonable fallacy of presuming as true and using as a premise a proposition which yet to be shown.
A figure of address where a phrase that will come last is placed first; hysterology.
An inversion or reversal of this all-natural purchase of things.
In rhetoric, a figure in which exactly what should come last in order period or of rational series is introduced very first, and the other way around; a transposition of terms concerning an inversion of natural and logical order of events or topics.
In reasoning, the fallacy which is made up in offering as a proof of what is really an axiom some theorem which may be proved only in the shape of that axiom.
the logical fallacy of utilizing as a true idea a proposition which yet to-be proved
reversal of regular order of two terms or sentences etc. (like in `bred and born')