Saturday, January 12, 2013

How do you know a thinker is brilliant?

When you read a criticism of that thinker and find that even when the critic is penning the piece, the thinker being criticized demolishes his critic in the argument.

Usually a critic is at least competent enough to present his target's argument in a way that would make it appear wrong. This particular critic is competent, which just drives home how good the thinker's argument really is.

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