A logical fallacy
in which it is assume
d that because the parts
have some property
, the whole
has that property as well. This is easily confused
with the Division fallacy
Example: "No neuron is intelligent, so the human brain is not intelligent."
To prove the fallacy, show that the property in question is that of the parts and not of the whole. You may want to show how the parts combine to give the whole its differing property.