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|#209 - You don't understand how bullying works. They're sociopathic.…||16 minutes ago on Happy Birthday||0|
|#148 - Do I know you? Because you seem so prescribed to the …||10/04/2015 on A Priest Ridicules Creationist||0|
|#98 - I'm pretty sure I know what fallacies will be happening at any…||10/04/2015 on A Priest Ridicules Creationist||0|
|#50 - Oh sure, but I say the same ******* thing and I get to …||10/04/2015 on A Priest Ridicules Creationist||+2|
|#49 - 90% of the people on this site don't even know what it means. … [+] (7 new replies)||10/04/2015 on A Priest Ridicules Creationist||+1|
#98 - lolollo (10/04/2015) [-]
I'm pretty sure I know what fallacies will be happening at any given moment, considering I'll explicitly explain them in detail.
The problem is that in order for people to acknowledge those fallacies, they'd have to admit they were making them, which no one wants to do. So even if its perfectly explained to them, they have a vested interest to still deny it ever happened in their argument.
#80 - spearpwi (10/04/2015) [-]
No, a straw man is arguing against a point which hasn't been made. You can argue against a fallacy that hasn't been made, but it doesn't hold exclusivity.
Now, depending on how badly I read in to your comment, I may have actually gone dun a straw man just then...but I don't think I have...
#130 - lordraine (10/04/2015) [-]
No. A strawman is when someone exaggerates or alters someone else's statement or argument and then attacks the new, exaggerated position.
I haven't strawmanned anyone. However, lolollo may very well have, what with his hyperbolic statement that 90% of the people on this site don't know what it means and will call you out on it for doing something as "simple" as pointing out a fallacy.
My point was that if someone is not actually guilty of a fallacy, but he believes they are and points it out, then he is, in fact, guilting of strawmanning himself, because he is assigning a fallacy to them they are not guilty of and then attacking their argument from that perspective. That would be a strawman.
The rebuttal he provided, "they don't admit it even if you explain it because they don't want to be wrong," is true, but it proves nothing in regards to his innocence, because he could easily be guilty of it himself right now.
#148 - lolollo (10/04/2015) [-]
Because you seem so prescribed to the idea that I've done something that you just described me doing something with goes against what you just described the fallacy to be.
Or were you one of the many people who I've seen making ridiculously illogical claims and then hiding behind the straw man argument when called out on it?
|#65 - Yeah...I vaguely remember remember...how there were exactly no…||10/03/2015 on Fucked up||+1|
|#175 - Ate there people assuming people want guns to be banned? Beca…||10/03/2015 on /k/'s reaction to the shooting||0|
|#213 - His point was probably that he had direct control over his pro…||10/03/2015 on Q&A from a (retired) drug...||0|
|#193 - "Profiting off of someone's addiction!" Wel… [+] (2 new replies)||10/02/2015 on Q&A from a (retired) drug...||+1|
#213 - lolollo (10/03/2015) [-]
His point was probably that he had direct control over his product, so he knew his product was only going to be thendrug as opposed to his drug + formaldehyde or some other shit.
And that's not a justification for having started it in the first place, its justification for having done it at all. Sure, he could've just "not", but then those other problems he noted wouldn't have been any different. And he would have " not" just to appease some random guy on the internet
|#50 - Parenting is a relationship between reinforcement, and punishm…||10/02/2015 on Parenting||0|