What about Gionta?
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02-21-2013, 04:18 PM
Join Date: Jun 2007
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Do you even know what an invalid argument is? There is no flaw in his argument form, because it was stated as a subjective opinion. When it comes down to opinion, how could his premises be true while his conclusion be false? Before you rip on a guy, know what you're talking about.
Oh boy kiddo, you took a PHIL101 course and you don't even understand validity and soundness yet?
Yes I know what an invalid argument is and subjective obeservations are different than opinions and they are built on a series of assertions*. I'm saying his conclusion that "Gionta is doing fine" (I'm paraphrasing, I'm drunk) is invalid following his previous assertion that he's not scoring all that much.
For 5m a year, PP time and top-line minutes I expect more than "defensive soundness" to consider someone as "doing fine"
*If you'd like I can elaborate on argument structure and basic logical rules as I've come to study/understand them.
But not now. I'm drinking awful Johnnie Walker red, and I have to finish it. Yuck.
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