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Elliot Temple on April 25, 2010

Comments (6)

Missing button

Where's the "I'm not confused, but I still disagree with you" button?


Alan Forrester at 5:34 AM on May 23, 2010 | #2041 | reply | quote

What do you disagree about?


Elliot at 7:41 AM on May 23, 2010 | #2042 | reply | quote

Missing Button

I agree; the current set up is, in your lingo, infallibilist.


Larks at 1:53 AM on June 7, 2010 | #2045 | reply | quote

Hi Larks,

So, I designed the links this way for some reason.

Do you know what that reason is? What is it and what's infallibilist about it?

If you don't know, then why do you assume it's an infallibilist reason?


Elliot at 10:33 AM on June 7, 2010 | #2046 | reply | quote

I wasn't saying the reason behind it was assumed infallibility, but that the practice made it hard to criticise ideas.


Larks at 9:22 AM on June 10, 2010 | #2053 | reply | quote

So, if there was an "I disagree, but want to go to the next page anyway" button, how exactly would that result in more criticisms being written? You don't seem to have been prevented :-)


Elliot at 9:26 AM on June 10, 2010 | #2054 | reply | quote

What do you think?

(This is a free speech zone!)