Friday, November 13, 2015

Hate Mail - And This Unwittingly Provided Evidence Clinches The Argument

JRNovember 12, 2015 at 11:08 PM

As usual, you haven't actually answered the question, although judging from that post I'm fairly sure you aren't actually capable of coherently understanding a question, never mind answering one.

The Thought CriminalNovember 13, 2015 at 3:25 AM

And you prove what I said in that post, yet again, even as I have pointed it out many times. It's downright pathological how you only see what you choose to see. 

This is a real break through in understanding the etiology of your form of pathological atheism. Though it doesn't explain the non-pathological type in which that particular irrational symptom doesn't manifest, it might explain most of it. Especially as it is consonant with my realization that as atheists don't believe it's a sin to tell a lie, the only restraints on their lying is either a mere disinclination to lie or a belief they can't get away with it. In this case, among themselves, they can get away with it because so many of their fellow atheists are inclined to tell the same obvious lie that they wish to be true and, so, they know they'll get away with it. 

It's worked in academia for far too long, though, where there are supposed to be some standards of enforcement that prevents getting away with it.  Yet academics whine and cry at the consequences for their general credibility.

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