Fighting Fallacies | Equivocation 

We continue our series with another informal fallacy: equivocation. Equivocation is a fallacy of language, it’s informal because it isn’t a mistake in the logical form of an argument, rather it has to do with the language used in the argument. Unlike some of the other fallacies we’ve covered, this one is fairly simple. Philosopher,... Continue Reading →

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Should We Believe That Roses Are Real?

Roses are red, Violets are blue, Subjectivism means you can’t know what is true.  “Roses are Red”, we hear it all the time. It’s the most cliché way to begin a poem, but is it true? Are roses really red? Do roses really exist? Can we know that roses are really red? How should we... Continue Reading →

Logic and Lily Pads 

For the past couple of years I’ve been studying logic in order to sharpen my mind, appraise arguments, and help me develop arguments of my own. I’ve also been slowly marching through the works of C.S. Lewis. While these two topics were formerly unrelated, they both converged last year as I read Lewis’s book Miracles. ... Continue Reading →

Simplicity 

God is simple, yes, it’s true!  God’s not like me or you. He has no parts, no arm or leg. This doctrine is not hard to peg. This does not speak of knowledge or wisdom, Just that God’s not a complex system.  He doesn’t need eyes to aid his seeing, No composition in His being. ... Continue Reading →

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