Atheist Logic Fail

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Framing the cause of the bad.

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For those of you that are familiar with my psycholinguistic models, any unprovoked deviation from reasoned behavior or Socratic dialogue creates an implicature which I exploit to determine the psyche or gestalt of the person speaking.  Based on how the narrative deviates form reasonable Socratic narrative, I deduce why it has become tangential to reasoned narrative.  You can see based on the conversation the frequency and intensity with which he argues against reason and truth insisting that Religion in the form of the Pope is the cause of the bad (a term from my psychological models) (http://terminclature.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/cause-of-the-bad/).
The psychopath, who is in relationship with their issues and not with reality has to confirm their gestalt or world view.  They try to reify their issues, making them real to themselves and to other people.  They edit their consideration sets to exclude data that proves them wrong.  From his perspective religion and god are the cause of all of the bad in the world.  Religiosity is his Satan, and from his perspective all badness comes from that Pandora’s box.  The Psychopath’s worldview has to make them correct in doing what they want to do because it rationalizes the form of the conquest.  http://terminclature.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/form-of-conquest-definition-by-joxuashivah/
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Author: Joxua Luxor

Known by his online handle Shivah Solomon, he paints as Joxua Mourningstar, he teaches Martial Tai Chi as Master Ten Ton Tiger, writing on occult mysteries he is known as Rabbi Ba'al Shiva, he writes philosophical fiction as Shivastus Solomonicus, and he does comedy as Adam Wolfe.

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