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davewhite04

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Please do not start threads with nonsensical posts. This is a discussion forum. If you want to post your stream of consciousness, consider a blog instead.
In your personal opinion, do you feel that the following implication is valid or invalid?

"I'm Not God I am God" I am God.

If I am immortal, then I will die sometime in the future

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In your personal opinion, do you feel that the following implication is valid or invalid?

"I'm Not God I am God" I am God.

That would seem to be valid (but trivial) if we accept the principle of explosion, ex falso quodlibet. (From falsehood anything follows.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_explosion

If I am immortal, then I will die sometime in the future
That looks like a conditional, not an argument. So validity wouldn't seem to apply.

The conditional 'If p then q' would be T under the interpretation of p as F and q as T.

Truth functional logic can be counterintuitive.

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That would seem to be valid (but trivial) if we accept the principle of explosion, ex falso quodlibet. (If a contradiction is true, then anything is true.)...
Is this ""I'm Not God I am God" I am God." statement valid concerning you. Yes or No will do.

EDIT: I suppose we have to define God. So go with one you know most about.
 
This thread is closed and cesspooled. The opening post is meaningless nonsense - a waste of everybody's time. Moreover, it has nothing to do with Philosophy (where it was originally posted).
 
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