Counterargument of intent–A careful assessment of the situation at-hand: a falacious reasoning development, vying for power.

All that exists: “Stately stated statements stated stately by the State–sratements,” as fact, and the only thing existentially viable.

Neither scientifically correct reasoning, i.e., Not self-evident or empirical observations and conclusions through fair assessment, or posteriori; but a priori fallacies, treated as scientific laws and conclusions of post-Straussian facts, that are not only false, but also treated as actual truth, and enacted into law, on the basis of post-Straussian arguments– irregardless of whether the arguements are correctly completed, or not.

Abraham Boulder

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