|miss_s_b (miss_s_b) wrote,|
@ 2011-07-07 12:31 pm UTC
Dawkins does not specifically target women whom he disagrees with. He sees everyone as an intellectual inferior, male or female, black or white, wherever they fall on the queer spectrum, and whether or not they are ablebodied.
And to be fair to Dawkins, he probably has some justification. A lot of people are intellectually inferior to him. Where he gets it wrong, IMHO, is to use this as a starting premise.
This person disagrees with me, they must be wrongis very rarely a good place to entrench oneself. I'm not saying I have never done it, but I do recommend
this person disagrees with me. I wonder if they have just cause to do so?*examine evidence* * evaluate evidence* *come to conclusion* as a much less fraught way to proceed in a debate.