You have failed to provide any evidence of justification, but you expect me to believe your answer. Hypocrite!
Absence of justification is evidence of absence of justification!
I have concluded that when you answered "Yes" to "Can humans reason?" you provided no justification for your answer.
Was I meant to?
But justifications do NOT contain yes/no questions. You, however, may further ask yes/no questions. Can you SEE the difference?
That is an ASSUMPTION that could be WRONG.
No, I do NOT end up with more yes/no questions. You, however, may do.
That is YOUR ASSUMPTION, which you would have to admit COULD BE WRONG.
WHEN are you EVER going to LISTEN and LEARN? I do NOT have any BELIEFS.
Go ahead and justify why I can NOT.
Justifications contain answers to yes/no questions.
Are you saying that there are SOME yes/no questions to which you "just know" the answers to, but you can't justify them?
On the balance of probabilities you also have to admit that I could be right.
Because you haven't! Because all you have given me is a "Yes" answer without any explanation whatsoever as to how you arrived at that conclusion.
I don't understand what you mean by "I can NOT do that". I have done it. Right in front of you.
I can't show you any reasons (and you seem to insist on using the word 'reason' as if you are trying to get me to admit to reasoning. Sorry, champ.).
I do NOT have to admit any thing here because I am NOT assuming any thing either way. I am just remaining completely OPEN.
lol, and what is this supposedly based upon?
My theory is based on a fundamental understanding of decision theory which states that every positive claim about reality can be turned into a yes/no question.
This is a lie. You claimed that you can justify your answer. Therefore you assumed you can justify your answer.
Experience and lots of practice.
I don't know how you use the word "belief".
But I have already justified it.
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