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01 July 2013


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Writing what one believes in may be relatively easy compared to defending positions we know to be absurd. In our early studies of Philosophy, we had to defend philosophers that we were not real keen on. Lawyers are not the only ones that must defend absurd positions. Advice on how to deal with those situations would be welcome. I am guessing the Bible may have a few quips that would help but don't ask me where they are.

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