Inverse Paradox 60x90 inches edition of 1
Examines the intuitive logic, shared equally by the lay person and the scientist, contained in the following reasoning: "If in each sub-group belonging to a population, individuals of a certain type adhere more to a certain idea than do individuals of another type, we can conclude that, in the whole population, individuals of first type adhere more to this idea than individuals of the second type." In fact, this reasoning is false, and reflects a means inversion paradox, apparently not yet documented in the literature, and related to the family of "Simpson paradoxes.
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