Re: [quickphilosophy] Re: 1.12; 1.13; 1.2 & 1.21

  • From: wittrsl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: quickphilosophy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 06 Sep 2010 21:47:05 +0100

That seems a circular argument - it only works if you assume at the 
outset that it is true.


On 06/09/2010 21:22, walto wrote:
>  > 2. I don't see a statement and a fact in your example, I only see a
>  > statement in quotes and others not in quotes. Is a miracle supposed to
>  > happen somewhere?
>  >
>
> It's not the statement (not in quotes) that makes the statement (in
> quotes) true. What makes the statement in quotes true is (the fact) that
> the Twins won. (That you didn't see may be a misfortune if you're a
> Twins fan, but is irrelevant to its truth-making capacity.)
>
> ;>}
>
> W

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