[ExI] Belief in maths

Ben Zaiboc bbenzai at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 7 08:00:23 UTC 2010

darren shawn greer <dgreer_68 at hotmail.com> opined:

> It is such an important discussion, for secular humanists
> and religious humanists are constantly having this argument.
> "Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence" and "It
> most certainly is!" I think every person has to make this
> decision for themselves

I strongly disagree.

The truth of the statement "Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence" is not a matter of opinion.  It's a logical fact.  If a person decides it's not true, they're discarding logic altogether, and simply can't be argued with.

Ben Zaiboc


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