> Really? Where is the argument? Where is the
Because your reasoning starts where you want to end up: with a dictionary definition. Again, you're not attacking evidence. There's no evidence that is distinct and separate from your conclusion; ie, "hollow and false" according to a dictionary, not empirical evidence.
> > Debunking is not disproof.
> The dictionary says otherwise:
> “If you debunk a widely held belief, you show
> that it is false.”
> “To disprove an idea, belief, or theory means to
> show that it is not true.”
> “false” ⇔ “not true”
Well, no. You're saying B is true (hollow and false) because A is true (dictionary definition). Classic circularity. You haven't shown that ANYTHING is untrue except by your opinion, which I'm afraid doesn't count for anything here.
You really should learn these things.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 26-Jul-19 16:19 by Aine.