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Especially the placing, and the acceptance, of the burden of proof to the negative side of the debate.
If I claim to have a right, and I exercise it, then I have that right.
Whatever you want is a right, and the powers that be can deny you that right.
Now, please, go back to the shifting burden of proof.
"If I claim to have a right, and I exercise it, then I have that right"
I just disproved everything you'd said up to that point .
I did. Aristotle.....Next question?
I have provided irrefutable evidence that I have a brain.......If you can't comprehend that unbelievably obvious fact you really shouldn't attempt any sort of discussion do to a shocking inability to comprehend simple reasoning.
That is true but in many cases absence of evidence is, in fact, evidence of absence.
I see I am dealing with a true dullard.
He didn't say that owning slaves was a natural right.
5 years ago I worked on an expert system based product that could give responses to typed or verbal questions that mimicked human responses.
You have provided evidence, but it is not irrefutable.
yes, in many cases, not all