Pot, Meet Kettle

Pot, Meet Kettle August 5, 2014

This is from Steve Hays on the Triablogue blog.  He writes:

In my experience, internet atheists typically act like lawyers. Lawyers only argue their side of the case. And they use whatever argument is convenient. …
It’s funny how utterly hidebound and anti-intellectual they are. That’s why they regard it as treasonous when a real philosopher like Thomas Nagel let’s [sic] down the cause by honestly considering the other side of the argument–even though that’s precisely what a philosopher is supposed to do. That’s called critical sympathy.

I realize people have difficulty seeing their own faults, but this is blindness on another level. 


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