Profile of Sapientia
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Birthdate: June 11, 1988 (27 years old)
Sapientia's Membership Status
Registration Date: Jan 11, 2010
Topics Submitted: 161 topics
Total Posts: 11885 (6 per day)
Replies Received: 677
Total Time Online: 209 days, 15 hours and 30 minutes
Most recent topics:
- Justified False Belief
- Guess Who
- Feigned Ignorance
- Things Like Apples
- Misguided Kantian Presuppositions
Most recent posts:
- Your skills as a translator leave much to be desired. Don't quit your day job.
- Oh jeeprs, that made me grin. I found many posts annoying; not just (some of) yours. That's why I've been away.
- Are you claiming that metaphysical anti-realism is self-defeating, since whenever a metaphysical anti-realist makes a claim, it implies a mind-indepen...
- What are "moral facts"? How would one go about demonstrating the existence of "moral facts", if possible? Or that these are mind-indep...
- Let's not throw the baby out with the bath water. The terms "left" and "right" are still useful in political language, since they ...
Most recent shouts:
- Sapientia [Apr 20, 2014 - 2:25 PM]: You must be quite forgiving to love the man that carved your eye out. Although, it did happen a very long time ago.
- Sapientia [Apr 20, 2014 - 9:05 AM]: PossibleAaron, you were around when Sparticus was crucified?
- Sapientia [Apr 19, 2014 - 10:01 PM]: I wish that Jesus existed so that I could crucify him.
- Sapientia [Apr 18, 2014 - 8:48 AM]: Albert Camus, do you have any reason to believe otherwise? I don't see how the Trinity is illogical if it's analogous to a human with multiple personality disorder, as a brief reading of the Wikipedia article on the Trinity makes me think. The human would be each personality, but the personalities would each be distinct from each other. Where's the supposed fallacy? Oh, I see you created a topic in which you've linked to a video which is supposed to explain the problem.
- Sapientia [Apr 18, 2014 - 8:23 AM]: Thanks Paul. Tiff, modern theme, top-right.