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|Quote (Ptaylor @ Dec. 04 2012,22:19)|
You are hereby forbidden to use the phrase Gish gallop. It is a false accusation tactic and fallacious dodge; it is an alleged fallacy is a polarising diversion and is a fallacy in its turn. It is an oil soaked straw ad hominem (or something).
You are forbidden to use this term under pain of a visit from Mr Leathers.
KF is a divine gift not only to Montserrat but to the whole world:
After the following brief introduction
he gallops another 1,191 words of thought salad.
|In a recent comment clipped by GP in the Jerad thread, Keiths has used the rhetorically dismissive term “Gish Gallop.”|
Let me cite:
Now, as I will shortly show
|KS: . . . with gpuccio it is sometimes possible to zero in on the crux of a disagreement. You can’t do that with Gish Gallopers.|
With comments closed.
Edited by sparc on Dec. 04 2012,22:51
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