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"The pluralistic form takes for me a stronger hold on reality than any other philosophy I know of, being essentially a social philosophy, a philosophy of 'co'"-William James
Don mentioned something the first day of class about utilizing philosophy to construct a good argument. I thought this might be a good time to post Dr. Oliver's much-employed example of how not to make a good argument, courtesy of Monty Python's The Flying Circus.
If you'll allow a collaborative edit, Dean, one good Python clip deserves another: