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  • John Schaefer

    Genetic isn’t the most interesting argument to me, as it seems to be a sub of the ad-hominem. Would love to hear your take on the slippery slope argument. I hear those ALL the time.

    • chezami

      I only had three to work with. I’m finishing up the last today.

    • http://www.likelierthings.com/ Jon W

      Slippery slope arguments are totally legit as long as you can establish a lack of philosophical footholds. People will justify any behavior they see as being in their best interests as long as there isn’t a strongly understood reason not to.