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Comment by Ngonea on May 31, 2009 at 12:39am



Greetings ArLena, thanks for your comments, I'm happy you are finding some of the videos I share of interest. I love to learn, I just found another wonderful workshop on the same topic, but it has a copyright notice and no embed code, so I cannnot upload, The title is:

"Your Human Rights and the Illusion geocities.com/ariainvictus (3hrs) it's worth it!, it's at
google video, also you may be interested in the lectures of "Tim Turner"
I will put the link below, there are 3 . three day workshops that cost $350 to attend each, we can listen and learn free, MP3...what a blessing!

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"On Account Of They Stole All The Gold & Silver" and last but not least;

"The Law" really touched me deeply, & made me think deeply

FreeAudio.org -- Free Audio Books on Liberty and Freedom

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I think the awakening is in full swing!!!!!!

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Comment by ArLena Richardson The ePublicist on May 30, 2009 at 10:46pm
Greetings with Appreciation.
These inspired me with enlightment and strength.
Ar Lena The ePublicist™
Comment by Ngonea on May 27, 2009 at 9:16pm
Your welcomed, I think we must investigate these matters if we truly demand freedom...


An indepth discussion into who you really are is important, Our Ancestors left us a message,

" Man know Thyself"

A straw man argument is an informal fallacy based on misrepresentation of an opponent's position. To "attack a straw man" is to create the illusion of having refuted a proposition by substituting a superficially similar proposition (the "straw man"), and refuting it, without ever having actually refuted the original position.

Presenting and refuting a weakened form of an opponent's argument can be a part of a valid argument. For example, one can argue that the opposing position implies that at least one of two other statements - both being presumably easier to refute than the original position - must be true. If one refutes both of these weaker propositions, the refutation is valid and does not fit the above definition of a "straw man" argument.

Origin

A man made of straw, such as those used in military training, is easy to attack. Attacking a straw man can give the illusion of a strong attack or good argument. In the UK, it is sometimes called Aunt Sally, with reference to a traditional fairground game.

Reasoning

The straw man fallacy occurs in the following pattern:

1. Person A has position X.

2. Person B ignores X and instead presents position Y.
Y is a distorted version of X and can be set up in several ways, including: 1. Presenting a misrepresentation of the opponent's position and then refuting it, thus giving the appearance that the opponent's actual position has been refuted.

2. Quoting an opponent's words out of context — i.e. choosing quotations which are intentionally misrepresentative of the opponent's actual intentions (see contextomy and quote mining).

3. Presenting someone who defends a position poorly as the defender, then refuting that person's arguments - thus giving the appearance that every upholder of that position (and thus the position itself) has been defeated.

4. Inventing a fictitious persona with actions or beliefs which are then criticized, implying that the person represents a group of whom the speaker is critical.

5. Oversimplifying an opponent's argument, then attacking this oversimplified version.

3. Person B attacks position Y, concluding that X is false/incorrect/flawed.
This sort of "reasoning" is fallacious, because attacking a distorted version of a position fails to constitute an attack on the actual position.

Debating around a straw man

Strictly speaking, there are three ways to deal with a straw man setup.

1. Using the terms of the straw man and refuting the theory itself: Beach debate: "There is no threat to morality with "free" sex. Sex for purposes other than procreation is something that shouldn't be tied to morality, shame, or guilt". (Note: A weakness of this retort is that agreeing to use the terminology of the opponent may deflect the debate to a secondary one about the opponent's assumptions).

2. Clarifying the original theory: "I said evolution should be taught, not that I believe in the big bang". This may involve explicitly pointing out the straw man.

3. Questioning the disputation ("Why could it not have been created by random chance?").
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