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Rationality Rules Debunks a Strawman, I Debunk Matt Slick

Another day, another video by Stephen Woodford video to criticize. In the case of Matt Slick’s Transcendental Argument – Debunked, Woodford has made things easy. He begins by restating Slick’s argument: If there are only two possible options and one … Continue reading

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Truth, Logic, and the Trinity

In response to my post Is Logic Objective?, keithnoback commented: Nice. As you imply, no theory is, in itself, true, though there are truths about the theory. And so, there can be no theory of truth. It would be more … Continue reading

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Is Logic Objective?

When you are trying to build a case for something, you really ought to avoid premises that don’t hold up. For example, in Universally Preferable Behavior: a Rational Proof of Secular Ethics, Stefan Molyneux states: The laws of logic are … Continue reading

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