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Published on Jan 30, 2011
forgot to add - the people giving the arguments seem to think they're valid, in politics and religion. They're as distracted as the person trying to answer the red-herring by the idea the argument evidences, a position which may be erroneous. People are just prone to be distracted i guess.
most of these questions are about the "real" name of something - not facts but semantics so there's no way to prove it, no difference between the validity or invalidity of any claim about it, and therefore its meaningless. "he may have slain the dragon and saved the princess and be honored by the queen and called a knight by all around, but is he a true knight?" "it may be well evidenced and argued for but is it true?" "it may be good by virtue, utilitarian and kantian ethical standards but is it good?" That kind of question is MOST likely to distract people.