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Offlinekimikiri
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The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate
    #7372093 - 09/05/07 09:21 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

Im glad this post was generated... and locked so very fast...


Using the tools presented, Im sure any one of us could discredit just about any idea that came to light on these forums.

I think these "Fallacies" deserve some debate before they are "locked" and deemed as "law".


Or maybe this is just "me" disobeying the "forum rules" and coming to a "conclusion" about someone else's post...


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Those who would sacrifice their freedoms for securities deserve neither, and will soon lose both.

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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7372104 - 09/05/07 09:26 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

You could cut and paste quotes and debate the thread-starter, since you've already created this thread.


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“Strengthened by contemplation and study,
I will not fear my passions like a coward.
My body I will give to pleasures,
to diversions that I’ve dreamed of,
to the most daring erotic desires,
to the lustful impulses of my blood, without
any fear at all, for whenever I will—
and I will have the will, strengthened
as I’ll be with contemplation and study—
at the crucial moments I’ll recover
my spirit as was before: ascetic.”


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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7372105 - 09/05/07 09:27 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

Quote:

kimikiri said:
Using the tools presented, Im sure any one of us could discredit just about any idea that came to light on these forums.




I disagree. 

Quote:

Appeal To Widespread Belief (Bandwagon Argument, Peer Pressure, Appeal to Common Practice)

The claim, as evidence for an idea, that many people believe it, or used to believe it, or do it.




:smile:


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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7372134 - 09/05/07 09:34 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

Quote:

I think these "Fallacies" deserve some debate before they are "locked" and deemed as "law".




And what's keeping you from debating on them?


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And never known your face
All this time I've missed you
And searched this human race
Here is true peace
Here my heart knows calm
Safe in your soul
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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: MushroomTrip]
    #7372218 - 09/05/07 10:01 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

Quote:

MushroomTrip said:
Quote:

I think these "Fallacies" deserve some debate before they are "locked" and deemed as "law".




And what's keeping you from debating on them?





Widespread appeal...

Quote:

kotik said:
Quote:

kimikiri said:
Using the tools presented, Im sure any one of us could discredit just about any idea that came to light on these forums.




I disagree. 

Quote:

Appeal To Widespread Belief (Bandwagon Argument, Peer Pressure, Appeal to Common Practice)

The claim, as evidence for an idea, that many people believe it, or used to believe it, or do it.




:smile:




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Those who would sacrifice their freedoms for securities deserve neither, and will soon lose both.

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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7372231 - 09/05/07 10:05 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

Next batter...


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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7372304 - 09/05/07 10:21 PM (10 years, 22 days ago)

however you have still yet to satisfy my argument, and in fact validated it.


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Re: The Fallacies of Philosophical Debate [Re: kimikiri]
    #7373722 - 09/06/07 09:58 AM (10 years, 22 days ago)

This thread has been closed.

Reason:
This thread does not outline a philosophical/spiritual topic for discussion. If you wish to debate the validity of a specific aspect of the stickied thread, included in this forum as a reference, feel free to create a new topic that actually proposes a dicussion regarding it.


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