Here’s a great candidate. And the argument is utterly compelling to boot:
“The nerve of Mr. Bennett’s argument is that if A results from your not doing B, then A results from whatever you do instead of doing B. While there may be much to be said for this view, still it does not seem right on the face of it”.
G.Elizabeth Anscombe (1966). “A Note on Mr. Bennett”. Analysis 26(6): p. 208.