An Analysis of Some of J. J. C. Smart's Objections to the ‘Proofs’: FRANK B. DILLEY

Religious Studies 4 (2):245-251 (1969)
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I submit as a good rule of thumb that if a discussion of any major philosophical position or proposition ends with the conclusion that that position or proposition is ‘absurd’ or ‘meaningless’ then a mistake has been made in the discussion. The mistake often turns out to be the accuser's failure to appreciate precisely what the position being attacked really is



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