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29 Mar. 2012 Posted by John Snyder in Through a Glass Darkly


Often discerning men find themselves dismayed by the reasoning presented by parties in an argument.  That is not to say that there are only two sides to an argument, but in the manner of adversarial combat, war and legal cases, in the philosophical tradition of disputed questions, things seem to resolve themselves into two camps.  From my own experience both sides are often wrong, or only partially right, or right for the wrong reasons, or wrong for the right reasons.