Re: Theos-World self-evident truths
Oct 22, 1999 01:34 AM
In a message dated 10/21/99 8:59:37 AM Eastern Daylight Time, WLR7D@aol.com
<< The examples you gave fit my argument that poor(or incomplete) reasoning
the problem, not good reasoning. >>
You continue to miss my point. In our correspondence you did not make any
argument for poor or incomplete reasoning. I did. I also defined it. The
argument I am making is that all reasoning, which does not include a
spiritual or intuitive insight, is poor reasoning. The chief characteristic
of a cynic is poor or incomplete reasoning. You have just admitted to both.
How can we continue to have this discussion?
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