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|Ed Howe Cut quarrels out of literature, and you will have very little history or |
drama or fiction or epic poetry left. -Robert Lynd People generally quarrel
because they cannot argue. -Chesterton A domestic quarrel is a head-on
collision where ...
|Butler, Samuel A man lives by believing something: not by debating and arguing |
about many things. - Carlyle, Thomas People generally quarrel because they
cannot argue. - Chesterton, Gilbert K. Neither irony or sarcasm is argument. -
|The conditional statement can now be turned into a conditional argument. |
Conditional ... Lord Chesterton put the concept of logical argument into clear
focus when he said, "Generally, people quarrel because they cannot argue."
|So simple peoples and civilized peoples, mild peoples and violent, assertive |
peoples, will all go to war if they have the ... they cannot register their quarrel with
the gods and go on quietly about their business because registering quarrels
|I will argue, indeed, that with a few exceptions, they cannot satisfy the constraints |
of jus in bello, even in principle, when those constraints are properly understood.
The general thesis of this chapter is that it is morally wrong to fight in a war that is
unjust because it lacks a just cause. ... It would, of course, be absurdly utopian to
expect that people would refuse to fight in unjust wars (or wars they believed ...
2005 - 290 pages
|Have you ever had a quarrel with your parents? What do you usually do if you |
have a different opinion from your parents' ? ... I don't think arguing is a good
solution , because when people quarrel , they cannot judge things correctly and ...
|just because we like a quarrel, but because they tell us that some people think |
these things are worth quarreling about. ... in which they do it, came not from
school, not even from History books read out of school, but from reading reviews (
generally ... Slowly, over many years, I became aware that there was this crowd
of people out there who were always arguing about History. ... Thus, the authors
of Time on the Cross tell us that we can't trust people's books, articles, letters,
|As stated at the beginning of the chapter, arguments typically exist to persuade, |
and it is clear that in a dispute like  each of the ... You don't hear people
nowadays arguing that the Earth is spherical, because it is no longer disputed. ...
Even in , which is predominantly a quarrel, both men are arguing on the
grounds of what they claim to see — the ... But for reasons just given, we cannot
understand the full meaning and purpose of arguments if we ignore their most
|The reader is being invited to take sides, and to adopt the defensive attitudes |
appropriate for a personal quarrel. ... Mr. Tobin claimed that these people can't
really look at the basis of their argument "in the cold light of day" because they
Joseph Margolis, Jacques Catudal - 2001 - 273 pages
|Then what I am saying is that somewhere in the input to this argument— perhaps |
in one or more of the premisses, ... of the argument— there will be something
which cannot be objectively validated—some premise which is not capable of
being simply true, or some form of argument which is not valid as a matter of
general logic, whose authority or cogency is not objective, ... The causal
connection seems to be mainly that way round: it is that people approve of
monogamy because they ...