Futureprimer's Updater doesn't point out inconsistencies for the critical sake of it, it sets out to convert
any bit of casual nonsense into gems for everyday usage—if it can!
Facts and Fallacies
Where science has done its homework—or bothered to do the one thing it does best: cross-examination and update.
What has not as yet benefited from the best we have and can do, for lack of the above—or where science fails to do what it alone can.
Update is Transmutation
A fact is arrived at—it is a result, as opposed to some verity that stands on its own.
A fact is a rectified fallacy. Updating—or persisting rectification—is able to transmute incongruities & gratuities to facts that make life more enjoyable for everyone. An update isn't an alternative strategy, as such—it actually extracts positive applications from seemingly absurd propositions & negative premises.
Facts & Fallacies are usually taken
as natural contraries—
or spoken of in the same breath—
so that when we hear of one we
immediately think of the other! Examples of this mental procedure are limitless. A number
of problems also come with it. As Sherlock Holmes incessantly
We end up remembering the negative
background—even in the most positive of
Modern politics are another typical instance—still wholly based on
this system—where credit for
possessing wisdom is taken by a Party, whenever its Opposition
can be proven wrong. The proof usually
consists in providing evidence to the effect that someone is
either a fool, or capable of enjoying derision, even... But this
is another matter... Another problem in this approach:
These kinds of mistakes are rampant in
Morality is a secondary issue in an instance where a boxer uses illegal blows.
Civilisation is in trouble whenever another big boy walks away feeling great for having pinned down a defenceless one. Kicking a child on the ground—and taking it as victory!
But the moral consequences of a cheap victory are dismal, compared to what that does to the human ego: psychological catastrophe!
David & Goliath
How often does one hear of this scenario, or witness it?
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