RE: Ianus..if you know the answer why do you ask! ...Never heard of rhetoric questions, Harrak?
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 25, 2006 at 07:21Harrak : Ianus, you have been making a lot of mistakes in commenting. But when you start asking questions and answering your self in the technomatic problem I diagnosed for for you called " gross-circle parralelism, in the study of logic.
Ianus : ..."gross-circle parralelism"? Is it a new "terminus technicus"? ...If so, are you referring to :
b/regressus ad infinitum ?
>Then I guess this is my last answer.
This illogical tool is called "interruptio dogmatica".
> I add to this last answer the fact that you do not know how to work and you have no future in the career of documentation as you may stay amateur.
Here we have the classical "argumentum ad hominem".
>If what I am guessing Ianus is correct and the bureaucracy is all amateur like you, the signs of the decline of a civilization are already being manifested. I hope this can be seen by the boss.
The above can be called "proton pseudos" because it violates the "lex rationis determinantis ".
Now to apply "reditus ad rem" :
Why are all of you Muslims so afraid of admitting openly and boldly you have come to the West to conquer and Islamize it and not to integrate? Do you think the pig-eating kaffirs must be lied to otherwise they might start grunting and kicking you out before the time comes to slaughter them all? (Two more rhetorical questions).
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