> David McF.--You bastard! I think you have a point here! But what I meant by
> "circular and closed like mathematical axioms" was that in mathematics
different
> sets of axioms can be valid, unlike in philosophy, where only the axioms of
> objectivism are valid. Do you really think either of my critics were
> contextually right. But the way I worded it, I did not make myself clear. In
> this context, what do you think is fair?
First, how do you justify your assertion that only the axioms of objectivism
are valid in philosophy?
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