Tag Archives: logic

It’s only Wednesday, but this is definitely my favorite post of the week…

Brother ABS has perfectly captured the reign of the hermeneutic of ambiguity in motion. It’s a priceless snapshot of the Second Vatican Conch Shell in action. I invite you to swing over to ABS’s blog and take a gander for yourself; … Continue reading

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ANCIENT SECRETS REVEALED AT LAST!

As I just explained, my first protected post was just an experiment. But since the curiosity is probably doing you in, the following is what I posted in that first protected post. ————————– “A new favorite logical conundrum…” Or perhaps … Continue reading

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Protected: A new favorite logical riddle…

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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On finding one’s way…

…and splitting the logical difference. 1) Even those who have no map will stray from their destination if they turn back to a location which they know is not their goal and willfully ignore even the erroneous advice they were given … Continue reading

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The monopoly game…

A: Monopolies are unjust! B: Why? A: Monopolies charge unfair prices! B: What do you mean? A: Monopolistic pricing is more than a natural, just market would bear. B: How do you know what a just price is? A: It’s … Continue reading

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I want to start a forum…

I want to start a forum specifically for seeking help in formulating arguments. Not presenting arguments, not trying to answer questions, not raising new questions, etc. Just trying to flesh out your intuitions, or reject them, and help others do … Continue reading

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On being deterministically vs. determinately rational…

A distinction that makes all the difference in the world. The following extremely cogent excerpt is thanks to Agent Intellect. Now the question is, does this counter-argument of O’Hear’s determinist enable him to escape Popper’s charge that asserting physical determinism … Continue reading

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