A false style in art (any art) is an attempt to fool the viewer that the facts and the truths of the matter at hand have been sufficiently analyzed and cogently synthesized as form for proper presentation. In an argument, a false style shows itself most readily where some canned bit of rhetoric has been baldly substituted in the rightful place of a more studious and cleverly prepared reflection, the latter clearly entailing a far greater difficulty of attainment than the sophistry proffered in the event.
Kevin Winfield Chester Ferrara III
4th Earl of Aesthetics
I feel like I need a set of cliff notes for your posts, Kev.