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[[Conflation]] is "the error of treating two distinct concepts as if they were one." {{wpref|conflation}} It is a form of [[rhetorical manipulation]].{{seed}}
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[[Conflation]] is "the error of treating two distinct concepts as if they were one." {{wpref|conflation}} It is a form of [[rhetorical manipulation]].
 
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* [[Equivocation]] is a type of conflation
 
* [[Equivocation]] is a type of conflation

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Conflation is "the error of treating two distinct concepts as if they were one." [W] It is a form of rhetorical manipulation.

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