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Hasty generalization

Hasty generalization (fallacy of insufficient statistics, fallacy of insufficient sample, fallacy of the lonely fact, leaping to a conclusion, hasty induction, Secundum Quid) is the logical fallacy of reaching an inductive generalization based on too little evidence.


See also faulty generalization for other fallacies involving generalization.

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