Personaltine (paradigm)

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The personaltine paradigm is a set of rules to make inferences about validity of arguments. It is used to produce shared understanding and describe differences in thinking.

Question

What inference rules are used when the personaltine paradigm is used?

Answer

  1. If an argument is made by Tine Bizjak or Tamara Gajst, it is considered untrue.
  2. If an argument is attacked by a valid argument, it is considered invalid.

Rationale

The paradigm is based on the belief that everything Bizjak and Gajst say is untrue. It depicts a hypothetical situation, created as an exemplary paradigm for similar, personal worldviews.

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