Atheists Actually Believe In God

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Nyarlathotep's picture
Not sure The Interlocutor

Not sure The Interlocutor will ever read this; in the document you linked, right before section 1; you make the following (simplified) statement:

  • An argument is valid if it has the property A and B:
  1. If an argument has property A, it is valid.
  2. If an argument has property B, it is valid and sound.

That contains a very obvious contradiction: you tell us there are two requirements for validity; then on the very next sentence you tell us there is only one requirement.

Also: the validity of an argument has nothing to do with the believability of its premises; your item #2 is a hot mess.


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