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Old 29th June 2019, 01:54 AM   #339
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Originally Posted by HansMustermann View Post
But let's return to this fallacy, since it's been the core of your argument both here and in the other thread:
Leave the word "fallacy" at home because you don't know what you're talking about.

You have shown nowhere that the voting principle is "correct". It will be true if it is proven by some kind of experience. It will be correct if you can explain what people say when they use the word good. Or if it is useful for choosing between different moral options. It is clear from the objections and examples I have given you that your concept of good is vague, contradictory, and does not respond to the use people make of it. A disaster, wow.

You'll have to apply the Groucho doctrine and change principles again.
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