semantics


By Rich Armbach
December 1, 2011
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semantics

I have absolutely no intention whatsoever of engaging in an argument about the meaning of the word " could "

But if you want to talk about the meaning of " meaning" I'm up for it. Friendly advice, look up the meaning of a word before you use it rather then afterwards

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Advis3r

Fri, 12/02/2011 - 11:26

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Nice try (or on reflection rotten try)to deflect the discussion since anyone can see through your pathetic attempt to dodge the issue - you're quick to condemn Israel for so much as having the temerity to defend itself however not so quick to condemn what is an absolute outrageous anti-Semitic slur on the integrity of the British Ambassador to Israel.

By the way this was an argument over semantics but not about the interpretation of "could" as you probably would have gathered if you had read my other posts I was arguing the semantics of "context" i.e. in what context would such and such be or not be interpreted as anti-Semitic. BenF obviously believes accusing the British Ambassador of divided loyalties simply because he is a Jew does not in context amount to anti-Semitism for that is how we must conclude he has interpreted it at least like you he has not condemned it such.


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Fri, 12/02/2011 - 12:09

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