“Anderson on Anderson”

It’s always a good idea to actually read the posts you are responding to in the blogosphere as Pilgrim demonstrates with respect to another Anderson.

http://pilgrimphilosopher.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/anderson-on-anderson/

HT: Steve Hays

BTW, this is post #700 at Choosing Hats. I just thought I’d rub it in that I beat the other contributors to it even though they know that I am away right now. 😀

Update: http://pilgrimphilosopher.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/anderson-on-anderson-anderson-and-pilgrim/


3 Comments

RazorsKiss

Why do you think we left it to you? 🙂

RazorsKiss

In other news, it’s nice to know that he has “found that unfamiliarity with opposing traditions is typically found within the etiology of a claim of certainty.”

Isn’t that just precious? I thought so.

Paul

Not sure how or why it’s “precious,” but it seems to me that he (Pilgrim) stated a descriptive fact, so why would there be issues with his findings? He also said “typically,” which would, of course, excuse serious and sober thinkers such as yourself who, no doubt, claim certainty about some X in light of serious and copious research and not ignorance. So, you’re safe; it’s all those *other guys* he’s referring to.


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