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The Non SequiturLiterally AnalogousAnalogies, like metaphors, require that things not be identical. But have some relevant similarities. And so, if you’re arguing that because X is like Y, we should treat X-cases like Y-case… you’re also committing to the thought that Xs are not Ys. Just, well, like Ys. That’s it. But if you said, “Cases of X … Continue reading Literally Analogous Read more
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