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Old 12-13-2005, 07:08 PM
atrifix atrifix is offline
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Default Re: Two personal beliefs and their consequences

[quoteObviously one of the premises has to be false. I'm saying premise 1 is false because fatalism is false.

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If you want to claim that this is a refutation of fatalism, then your argument is viciously (badly) circular. It reduces to "Fatalism is false because fatalism is false."
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