Category Archives: received truth

Labels: memory (part two)

There’s a limit to the number of labels a post can have. This is part two of the precding post: young people: unsynthesised manifoldplum: maplouise bourgeois: mannersmadonna: librariesmother: received truthnico: moral relativism That’s enough for now…

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Assertion without evidence

Sam Harris, in The End of Faith, quotes a rather useful dictum of Christopher Hitchens: “What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence”. Worth remembering when men in frocks blather on about natural law.

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