An Elegant Argument, but. .


An Elegant Argument, but. . .

Mr. da Fiesole produces an elegant, eloquent, and ultimately convincing and True argument against some comments made here Saturday. And while I find the argument truthful and ultimately correct, I also find it curiously lacking in any suggestion of implementation. When educating, arguing, and persuading, one must not be merely correct, but one must also suggest a plan of action along the lines of the argument that would lead one closer to the truth. I have asked Mr. da Fiesole for a suggestion of such a plan. One who wishes to engage in apologetics and reasoned argumentation cannot afford to be inconsiderate of the consequences and necessities of the argument.

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