Talk:Debate:Do agnostics have proof and evidence that agnosticism is valid?

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Proof and evidence? Please explain the difference. --HoosierinPA 15:44, 29 June 2012 (EDT)

This might be a Shockofgod-ism, but since I do not watch his videos, I couldn't say what he means by this. I would, myself, interpret the distinction as follows:
  • Proof is argument from a priori principles, deductive reasoning
  • Evidence is argument from observations, inductive reasoning
GregG 17:07, 29 June 2012 (EDT)