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    (Original post by the bear)
    Can you take the opinion of someone who doesn't exist?
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    Every major turn of public opinion in this referendum has been the result of someone of either camp doing something stupid to push the voters in the opposite direction. Bob Geldof making a prize fool of himself in mocking the working classes, the terrorist assassination of Jo Cox and now this foolish video. You would have hoped that people learned the lesson that inaction is better than bad action.
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    (Original post by dskinner)
    Can you take the opinion of someone who doesn't exist?
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    Antony flew's falsification principle was that if you can't falsify(or verify) a synthetic statement(a statement which you need evidence to verify) then it's meaningless.

    Therefore the statement "Jesus was alive" is meaningless since you can't verify or falsify it


    God dam my philosophy exams have done this to me xD
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    (Original post by dskinner)
    Antony flew's falsification principle was that if you can't falsify(or verify) a synthetic statement(a statement which you need evidence to verify) then it's meaningless.

    Therefore the statement "Jesus was alive" is meaningless since you can't verify or falsify it


    God dam my philosophy exams have done this to me xD
    Its widely accepted Jesus was a real man and therefore, was alive.

    I hope you pass your philosophy exams.
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    I remember speaking to Jesus years ago, he was a firm Remainer.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Its widely accepted Jesus was a real man and therefore, was alive.

    I hope you pass your philosophy exams.
    Hiiiiiiiii!!!!!!!
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    Desperation in my opinion
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    Well considering that Europeans nailed him to cross and let him die. I'd say he would probably be inclined to vote leave.
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    (Original post by dskinner)
    Can you take the opinion of someone who doesn't exist?
    Jesus was not British, therefore he would not vote.
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Its widely accepted Jesus was a real man and therefore, was alive.

    I hope you pass your philosophy exams.
    That is not a valid premise or conclusion

    The premises are not valid (we aren't sure that he's accepted as a real man)
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    your conclusion isn't sound

    Thus he was not alive.
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    Just joking around bud
    I've gotten an M3 so far which isn't good it's about a b/c and my teacher told me on this essay i got the 2.3 highest mark in the year which sucks because 13/25 isn't a good mark
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Jesus was not British, therefore he would not vote.
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Jesus was not British, therefore he would not vote.
    He wasn't British?!!? What?!!? I thought only British people were leaders and gods.
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    But I also don't think Jesus exists
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    (Original post by cookie123456789)
    He wasn't British?!!? What?!!? I thought only British people were leaders and gods.
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    But I also don't think Jesus exists
    Yes, I think existing is also a term which all qualified voters must meet so non-existence would also present a small obstacle
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Yes, I think existing is also a term which all qualified voters must meet so non-existence would also present a small obstacle
    haha nice one
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    (Original post by Snasher350)
    Well considering that Europeans nailed him to cross and let him die. I'd say he would probably be inclined to vote leave.
    It was the Jews mate, can't blame the Europeans for everything!

    Agree with the sentiment though
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    (Original post by dskinner)
    Antony flew's falsification principle was that if you can't falsify(or verify) a synthetic statement(a statement which you need evidence to verify) then it's meaningless.

    Therefore the statement "Jesus was alive" is meaningless since you can't verify or falsify it


    God dam my philosophy exams have done this to me xD
    Even Richard Dawkins says he existed
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    I think we've found the reverse of Godwin's law
 
 
 
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