Fallacies Int Daily
In Gerrard Hamiltons little inquiry: on the mention of violences—of immorality sheer in recommending
the use of it.
Condillac shews some regard for morality: limiting the cases in
which the purpose while, misrepresenting ought according
to him to be employed. Hamilton.
This plea does not lie in the mouth of the author
of a treatise in which the arts of deception are taught and
the practice of them recommended. Not by so much as
a single minute is there any reason to expect that he by
whom the instrument is likely to be employed will
have the start of the him there upon and his against whom it is likely
to be employed.
True, it may be answered: but the one will throw
it at the same time as the other, and that will be
sufficient and for his protection this simultaneity the efficacy of this simultaneousness will
not be less sufficient than that of priority itself would have been
True again. But
1. For instruction in this way In looking out for instruction in this ground those whose mind is bent upon
assault naturally more alert than those whose demand
for it is limited to the occasion and purpose of self-
-protection and defence.
The sort of inter situation and character in which
a man looks out for instruction of this stamp cast is that of
an advocate: one of the few whose destination and object
is to make an impression on the many.
The situation and character in which it is of use
that a man should be acquainted of approved under the nature of this
instrument, but for no other purpose than that of defending
himself against it is not the situation of an advocate;
the situation of a sort of Judge: but of a sort of Judge
finds itself reduced to a small
matter to a magnitude
frequently scarce sensible
by the multitude
of the persons with
whom it is shared.
The tolerance on the other
side possesses acts under the same
as . It is
not to discredit any, but to employ all.
not only taught that
the character of
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