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Edited example on no true Scotsman page, it is now the original 1975 example.

  • Scotsman A: "You know, laddie, no Scotsman puts sugar in his porridge."
    Scotsman B: "Is that so? I seem to recall my cousin Angus puts sugar in his porridge"
    Scotsman A: "Aye... but no true Scotsman puts sugar in his porridge."

Enshoku 21:18, 29 April 2008 (CDT)

Added example on Appeal_to_emotion page:

  • The first objection to the statement is whether or not Hitler was an atheist, which tends to be an argument from ignorance, due to the fact that Hitler was a devout catholic. The second issue with the statement is that it makes a link between atheism and Nazism via an enthymeme.

Enshoku 21:41, 29 April 2008 (CDT)

Added specifics on argument_from_personal_experience article.

  • This argument is particularly common among certain branches of Christianity where things like possession and levitating have been reported.

Enshoku 12:40, 5 May 2008 (CDT)

created dogma article

Dogma Overview

Dogma(s) are a certain religious set of beliefs, whether they are written by divine doctrine or not. In rare cases dogma may also apply to ideology or philosophy as well. The phrase dogmatic is often used to describe those who oppose rational argument, and hold a very fundamental set of beliefs based on their religion.

Central Dogma per Religion

  • Islam- Qu'ran
  • Judaism- Torah
  • Christianity- Bible
  • Wicca- The wiccan rede and rule of three
  • Hinduism- no central dogma
  • Shintoism- no central dogma
  • Pastafarism- The 8 "I'd really rather you didn'ts".

Enshoku 22:57, 5 May 2008 (CDT)

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