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- Publication Date: April 25, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WQ1GQUE
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Atheism: The Dumbest Religion on Earth Kindle Edition
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This sort of argument is known as the "straw man argument". It involves giving the \appearance\ of refuting an argument or position, while in fact refuting a completely different position not held by proponents of the original argument or position. In other words, incapable of successfully attacking the actual "man", the author instead constructs a scarecrow -- the straw man --, \calls\ it "the man" and precedes to demolish it.
<yawn> Even when done well, this procedure is uninformative, and only mildly entertaining.
And here it's not even done well.
Pass this one by.