Even if what someone thinks contains a fallacy it's still somebodies opinion.Pretty worthless opinion then IMO.
Pretty worthless opinion then IMO.
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It's still an opinion which you think should be silenced. That's pretty hypocritical for somebody who thinks you shouldn't be able to stop someone joining in on your conversation.
You shouldn't be able to stop someone joining in on your conversation just because you feel like it.If you have a good reason that's fine.
If you have a good reason that's fine.
Everybody is going to have a reason for not wanting to talk to somebody.
But not necessarily a good one.
And the point goes to oyster in this discussion.
Then they can opt to have comments by them not displayed on their end.
Ya instead of outright banning the comment like the forum you like does.
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Fallacies make premises invalid, they don't make arguments or opinions invalid. Huge difference there.
No, fallacies make arguments invalid but not premises or conclusions false.They do however mean that conclusion has not been backed up by the argument and thus needs a different argument.
They do however mean that conclusion has not been backed up by the argument and thus needs a different argument.
We're agreeing, but using different terminology. What you call arguments leading to a conclusion I call premises leading to an opinion or argument.