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We actually do occasionally close questions for this reason: "based on a faulty presupposition". But in the end, it doesn't matter how they acquired the faulty presupposition, does it? We all walk around with such presuppositions in our heads. They ask a question, and we do or do not correct their faulty presupposition. It seems rather odd on a Q&A ...


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