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Suggestio falsi

“Suggestio falsi” is a Latin term that means “suggestion of falsehood.” It is a rhetorical device or technique used by some individuals to intentionally imply something false or misleading without stating it directly. This technique can manipulate opinions, deceive others, or create false impressions. It is commonly used in persuasion, propaganda, and manipulation tactics to influence the beliefs or actions of others by subtly implanting false ideas or impressions. However, it is essential to note that “suggestio falsi” is generally regarded as unethical and misleading.

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