Ramayana: The question of why Rama banished Sita is so morally complex that any facile explanation will alienate more than illuminate.
Mahabharata: When Arjuna is grief-struck at the death of Abhimanyu, Krishna doesn’t offer any facile explanation for the perennial problem of evil: why do bad things happen to good people?
Bhagavad-gita: To explain away the Gita’s battlefield setting as merely symbolic is not just facile; it is misleading.
Facile analysis and solutions to inherently complex life situations are often the outcome of one’s conceited “I-know-it-all” disposition.
That would have been a facile claim if not for the qualifying ‘often’.