Saturday, April 6, 2013

Debater's Manifesto Addendum

On Absolutist Solvency

No men are gods.
Only gods can do impossible things.
Therefore, men cannot do impossible things.
All who cannot do impossible things should not be expected to do them.
Therefore, men should not be expected to do impossible things.
Expecting things that should not be expected is illogical.
Men doing impossible things should not expected.
Therefore, expecting men to do impossible things is illogical.
Absolutist solvency expects men to do impossible things.
Therefore, absolutists solvency is illogical.
Things that are illogical don’t warrant attention.
Therefore, absolutist solvency does not warrant attention.

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