In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Lester Zick <DontBother@nowhere.net> wrote:
> >> >Zick has presented no "exhaustive alternatives", he merely keeps talking > >> >as if there were some. > >> > >> And Verge keeps talking as if there were none. > > > >I am talking as if it has not been established whether there are any, at > >least until one has assumed something on which to base distinguishing > >alternatives. > > Assumed the truth of something used to establish the truth of what is > assumed.
I am familiar with assuming something true in order to show that it is actually false, but have never seen any assumption successfully used to prove itself true.
As usual, I request an example of Zick's alleged assumption used to prove itself true.