Rebuttal to D'Souza's "Village of Bill" analogy
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20-10-2012, 09:02 PM
Rebuttal to D'Souza's "Village of Bill" analogy
http://neophilosophical.blogspot.com.au/...-bill.html

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20-10-2012, 09:19 PM
RE: Rebuttal to D'Souza's "Village of Bill" analogy
D'Souza regularly embarrasses himself in public, with his utter lack of knowledge of Logic. This argument is the Fallacy of the False Analogy, (the villagers who say they know Bill have actually met Bill), and it's also the Argumentum ad Populum Fallacy. This dude actually has a PhD, (anyone care to find out where he got it ?), AND he pulls down a college president's salary, (Kings College in New York) and THIS crap actually comes out if his mouth. He's an advertisement for NOT going there. His debate with Ehrman is also laughable, as he's espousing "Utilitarianism", but is SO stupid, he doesn't even get it. The look on Ehrman's face is priceless. Like "WTF is he saying" ?

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20-10-2012, 10:00 PM
RE: Rebuttal to D'Souza's "Village of Bill" analogy
The debate between him and good old Hitchens is also priceless.



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