You can identify petitio principii, i.e. begging the question, fallacies by noting the lack of facts behind an assertion.
Tue 29 Apr, 2014 11:36 pm
You can be pretty confident that any argument using "god" or "the bible" is flawed in some respect.
begging the question, how can i?
Tue 29 Apr, 2014 11:48 pm
correlation between premise and proposition is valid.
most other things are not valid.
get yourt mind in the habbit of breaking down things e.g.
it is true that red is blue.
thoughts.. is it? define red and blue and truth. what examples do you have for proof? is the criteria of proof valid? what makes something valid? what makes something proof?