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  1. No, he did not. This has been pointed out to you...

    No, he did not. This has been pointed out to you several times now and you still insist on this weird interpretation of seer's words. At this point I'm beginning to think that maybe your intentions...
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    And it still doesn't demonstrate an exception to...

    And it still doesn't demonstrate an exception to the limit to the law of the excluded middle.
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    Except being a particle is not the negation of...

    Except being a particle is not the negation of being a wave. The negation of being a wave is not being a wave and the negation of being a particle is not being a particle. The law of excluded middle...
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    Well, yes, that's what I'm saying. Logic is,...

    Well, yes, that's what I'm saying. Logic is, amongst other things, the study of the structures or patterns valid inferences can take, and we do not make those up ourselves, we discover them. We did...
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    In the context of the discussion it's quite...

    In the context of the discussion it's quite obvious that I was referring to the statement that the rules of logic are creations of the human mind.





    That was Carpe, I am Chrawnus.

    Not...
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    I think he's using rationality in the sense of...

    I think he's using rationality in the sense of "capable of rational reasoning", or being able to reflect rationally on a statement about reality in order to come to a conclusion about whether that...
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    That too. :yes:

    That too. :yes:
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    That seems like quite the bold statement to make...

    That seems like quite the bold statement to make based simply on the fact that you can construct paradoxical self-referential statements with no truth value.

    For that matter, what does "This...
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    https://i.imgur.com/n5Lo2Ug.gif

    https://i.imgur.com/n5Lo2Ug.gif
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    If you're aware of any letters or works of Philo,...

    If you're aware of any letters or works of Philo, or sections of his works, addressed to his fellow Jews where he discusses homosexuality you're welcome to present them here.



    And if you...
  11. No that's not clear at all. If you think he is...

    No that's not clear at all. If you think he is you're seriously lacking in reading comprehension skills. Either that or your intentions are malicious and you want to unjustly paint seer as being a...
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    I'm going to copyright that word so you'll have...

    I'm going to copyright that word so you'll have to pay royalties every time you use it in a sentence.

    :outtie:
  13. No, the phrase "black people are more violent...

    No, the phrase "black people are more violent than whites" is by itself neither true or false, since by itself it's an ambigious statement that can mean several things. If the sentence is used with...
  14. This is the kind of uncharitable reading of...

    This is the kind of uncharitable reading of seer's words that I'm talking about. It's clear as day from the context that seer is not claiming that blacks are inherently more violent, but only that...
  15. People's interpretation of his words, ripped from...

    People's interpretation of his words, ripped from their context, might lead someone to believe that Seer is linking violence to race. But read in their proper context you would need have a serious...
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    Poll: On a slightly related note, unpinnablitable,...

    On a slightly related note, unpinnablitable, unpinnanitable, or perhaps unpinnaniblitable?
  17. If Seer was actually "reinforcing the theme...

    If Seer was actually "reinforcing the theme 'violence is linked to blackness'" you might actually have had a point with all this, but he isn't, so you don't. You're the one actually reinforcing that...
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    Poll: You might be unbannibatable, but I've never seen...

    You might be unbannibatable, but I've never seen proof that you're unpinnablitable. :shrug:
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    Poll: I think in this case you're the one who better be...

    I think in this case you're the one who better be begging. :whistle:
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    Which doesn't weaken my point in the slightest....

    Which doesn't weaken my point in the slightest. In fact, it strengthens it, because it's only when he's addressing the Hellenistic part of his audience that he feels the need to defend the Jewish...
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    Poll: :sigh: As much as I want Rogue impeached I...

    :sigh:

    As much as I want Rogue impeached I fear it will simply fail, and then he will becomly doubly unbearable because then he'll be able to harp on, not only about how he's unbanninatable, but...
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    The bolded has been part of my point all along....

    The bolded has been part of my point all along. Philo was writing for a Roman/Hellenistic audience, so he would have had reason to mention and defend the Jewish prohibitions against homosexual...
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    I'm sorry, but to go from "Homosexuality in...

    I'm sorry, but to go from "Homosexuality in ancient Rome was a large part of society and of sexuality in general." to "[Homosexual relationships were] commonplace throughout the entire ancient...
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    Nothing in the article you linked to backs up...

    Nothing in the article you linked to backs up your claim that homosexuality was commonplace in the province of Jerusalem, so I'm not even sure why you bothered linking to it.
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    Homosexuality was not commonplace in the areas...

    Homosexuality was not commonplace in the areas where Jesus Himself was active, and was already roundly condemned by the people to which He was sent, so there would have been no need for Jesus to...
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