Monthly Archives: November 2015

A Note on Logic and Political Discourse

One of the things that professors of philosophy and logic should teach very early on is the importance of the distinction between a “universal” affirmative proposition, such as “All bloggers are boring,” and a “particular” affirmative  proposition, such as “Some … Continue reading

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In Response to a Defense of the Doctrine of the Trinity

I find it difficult to understand why so many thinkers accept as true the classical Christian doctrine of the trinity, according to which there are the three divine persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, all three being … Continue reading

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