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  1. Re: Doesn't Russell's Teapot Refute Itself?

    Analogy... Analogy! That's the issue. Every inference is based on analogies. All that you see of the microcosm, is a direct image of the macrocosm. The same can be said for God. God MUST be posited,...
  2. Re: Doesn't Russell's Teapot Refute Itself?

    Every inference not directly drawn or traceable to sense experience employs analogies from said sense experience. This is an epistemological fact. Russell's teapot is just a logical aporia. Logical...
  3. Re: Doesn't Russell's Teapot Refute Itself?

    Russell's teapot is the classical case of a purely formal aporia being projected into existence merely out of the mind's own whims. There is no such thing, that is, in reality - as opposed to the...
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