[Milton-L] Satan and Resentment
tlindall at gmail.com
Sun Jan 30 13:59:16 EST 2011
One more thing Jim:
You DID indeed say that "...the conversation was in danger of being silly."
So I am still absolutely CORRECT in saying that you used the word "silly."
Those kinds of words are uncalled for in a discussion of the merits of a
philosophical argument. Those words do not elevate any discussion. That is
threat to use and in fact IS use of the ad bachulum fallacy in logic.
I think if you took a few courses in logic and maybe went to finishing
school you might become what you think you are.
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 1:41 PM, James Rovira <jamesrovira at gmail.com> wrote:
> What I said was that the conversation was in danger of being silly.
> If that is all you read, and not my reasoned argument (there's no
> evidence possible of the nature of being) then, as I suspected, the
> discussion began as a waste of time.
> Jim R
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