# Masked Man Fallacy

**Details:**

When one makes an illicit use of Leibniz’s law in an argument. Leibniz’s law states that, if one object has a certain property, while another object does not have the same property, the two objects cannot be identical.

**Datasets:**

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**Structural Analysis:**

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**Proposed Algorithms:**

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**Positive Detection:**

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**False-positive Detection:**

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**Certainty Mapping:**

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**Successful Algorithms:**

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