Interesting criteria you have for resolving contradictions. It's flawed, by the way.

Posted By: Zeous
Date: Monday 11 February 2019, at 07:21 pm

If you care why I say that, here you go:

* Premise: you claim to know what someone believes (highly unlikely given your penchant for strawman arguments)

* Next: your belief that said other's belief is incorrect - this is okay, but is not a sound premise by itself

* Lastly, your argument is unsound: (even if true) that "the other's belief is incorrect, therefore ALL of his arguments are incorrect"... because fallacy of composition.

This is not a personal attack, this is a critique of your logic.
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