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vicious circle

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vicious circle (plural vicious circles)

  1. A situation in which the solution to one problem creates a chain of problems, each making it more difficult to solve the original one.
  2. (logic) A fallacy in which the premise is used to prove a conclusion which is then used to prove the premise.

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