RE: virus: Incredulity

Richard Brodie (
Wed, 12 Mar 1997 14:07:09 -0800

David McF wrote:

>I'm suggesting that incredulity is justified in some cases. Like if
>a situation is logically impossible, then is it reasonable to be
>incredulous. Or when someone claims that a miracle happened in the
>past which breaks physical laws (definition of miracle) then it is
>reasonable to say, "I can't believe that is true." Would you discard
>that argument out of hand?

Not at all. But one has to admit that one has faith in rationality.

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