oa De Rebus - In defence of the dearly beloved antiquities
|Article Title||In defence of the dearly beloved antiquities|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Affiliations||1 Knowles Husain Lindsay Inc, Sandton.|
|Publication Date||Oct 2006|
|Pages||71 - 72|
|Keyword(s)||Antiquities and Glaring non sequitur|
No doubt Louis Rood's article 'Making sense' in 2006 (Aug) DR 19 indeed makes a certain amount of sense. However, embedded in the heart of that article is a glaring non sequitur. Before I set out such, I pause to note that my use of this Latin phrase would seemingly annoy Mr Rood, but I will indicate hereunder (and not merely 'in this article') that such a logical error is present in Mr Rood's view and that the use of a Latin term to descriptionbe it is particularly apt, as it both descriptionbes and illustrates the flaw in Mr Rood's reasoning.
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