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Peter Joseph on Stefan Molyneux: "The Art of Nonsense" | Pathology or Con-Artistry?

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Published on Oct 6, 2013

From Peter: "I'm sad to say I have been far too polite towards this highly distorted man who hides behind deliberate, farce logical reductions and a general manipulation of language and arguments. His personal attacks on myself and TZM are carefully cloaked in an armor of sheer nonsense and the amazing thing is - many gullible people believe him.

Everyone asked me after the fact why I engaged this guy. I did because I like to believe we all should share a conversation on such subjects and I'm not an elitist. The problem is that some people are not honest and are not interested in discussion. They simply want to "win".

(And for those that know me, they know it takes a lot to bother me as much as this guy does. Anger is not my typical path but life pressures of such create these patterns. I'm human.)

As far as Stefan M., I have to consider: is he a pathological case, not understanding what he is doing? Or is he a deliberate misleader... a con-artist - working consciously to fabricate the conclusions he seems to so desperately need? I offer a general warning to all out there who listen to this guy: Please work to think critically. This guy is a salesman of bullshit and nothing more and it horrifies me how many seem to take him seriously.

And, again, for those who ask me why I "waste my time", it is because there is a place for countering these sick minds in the world today. I apologize for my tone in this video essay, but please understand that I think it is warranted.

Video Ref: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5jh_l...

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