I am stealing this discussion from AC Grayling, renowned modern philosopher to make my point.
Science demands that every statement must be TRUE or FALSE. (E.g. that is how a computer works, that is how philosophy works and that is how all research works – disproving the null hypothesis.
But if you make this statement when there is no king of France, will it be true or false:
The present king of France is bald
You cannot disprove that statement because it has not been reduced to its core underlying assertions. In this case it would be:
- There is such a thing as the king of France
- There is only one such thing
- That thing is bald
My questions to you are:
- How do you think?
- How confident are you in your own logic?
- Are your decisions habits or real thoughts?
This could be become a really long dissertation, but I shall assign that as homework to you.
The fun version of this is to get someone to answer this question?
Do you still beat up your wife?
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