Monday, November 20, 2006

The T Words

Truth v. Tolerance, that fameous Supreme Court case.

I count at least four such motives. Two are good at root but confused. The other two, I am sorry to say, are simply bad. Of course, confused or bad motives don’t prove that tolerationism is in error, but they do help explain why tolerationists so often argue irrationally. If we understand such motives, this irrationality won’t catch us by surprise.

Tolerationist! Now there's a new word.

A fine article on how to conduct yourself when engaged in discussions of truths, made all the better by making up a word. Truly fun reading.

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