logic chopper

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logic chopper (plural logic choppers)

  1. A person who makes confusing or specious arguments, especially arguments involving equivocation.
    • 1989 Nov. 5, Leslie A. Marchand, "Book Review: Mary came along and changed everything," New York Times (retrieved 11 Feb 2014):
      The picture we get of a pragmatic gradualist rather than a fierce logic chopper makes him a more human and understandable character.

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Last modified on 11 February 2014, at 16:31