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Person: ARGUMENTUM AD CRUMENAM  [pseudonym]

Biographical summary of this person
Name
ARGUMENTUM AD CRUMENAM
Relevance of this person
contributor to OMLJ, 1894
Main period of activity
1890s
Texts linked to this person
Correspondence (published) (1)

J. Brandon Medland, Hugh Richardson, ‘Argumentum ad Crumenam’, ‘Photographer’ and Alfred H. Saunders, ‘Correspondence’ in OMLJ 5.64 (September 1894)  –  'Should catalogues be charged for'

Notes
The pseudonym means 'an argument to the purse' in Latin, and refers to the logical fallacy of 'concluding that a statement is correct because the speaker is rich'.
Lucerna ID  6003218

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 26 May 2010

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