>A small (but important) correction. Your views are not, logically
>speaking, contradictory, but merely contrary. Where contradictories are
>concerned, one must be true and the other must be false. But wih
>contraries, they cannot both be true but both may be false.
>If your position were in fact the logical contradictory of Dick's, then
>one of you would be guaranteed of being true. As it is, since your
>positions are contraries, both cannot be ture (that much should be
>obvious)but you *both could be wrong.*
Garry is correct and I was wrong. Thanks for the correction.
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