Difference between revisions of "Deliberate ignorance"

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* [[materialists]] refuse to address the impossibility of material explanation for [[migration]] and [[homing]]
 
* [[materialists]] refuse to address the impossibility of material explanation for [[migration]] and [[homing]]
* [[evolutionists]] refuse to address the lack of a plausible evolutionary path for the [[whale]]
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* [[evolutionists]] refuse to address the lack of a plausible evolutionary path for the [[whale]]<ref>This is not strictly correct.  Whale evolution is [http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2008/02/two_tales_of_whale_evolution.php well defined].
 
* [[liberals]] refuse to address how [[socialism]] destroys productivity
 
* [[liberals]] refuse to address how [[socialism]] destroys productivity
 
* [[abortionists]] refuse to address the undisclosed harm to the mothers who have [[abortions]]
 
* [[abortionists]] refuse to address the undisclosed harm to the mothers who have [[abortions]]
  
 
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Revision as of 20:07, 23 February 2008

Deliberate ignorance is the practice of refusing to consider or discuss logic or evidence disproving ideologically motivated positions. Examples include:

  • This is not strictly correct. Whale evolution is well defined. (add more)
    1. This is not strictly correct. Whale evolution is well defined. (add more) <references/>