Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law,
> "I'm not sure, however, how attributions based on sensory perception must
>be fallacious or how arguments containing sensory-based statements commit a
>logical fallacy. Whether or not a given statement is true is not a matter
>concern in logic. Logic is the study of argument and how statements relate
>to each other (or not.)"
>Just a reminder I never used the phrase logical fallacy : )
>I said "logical paradox" regarding the posters original statement:
>Main Entry: pathetic fallacy
Not a logical paradox, having nothing to do with logic, maybe a semantic
fallacy though, but it depends where you think meaning occurs in language.
In this case I'd say the sense of "cruel" bears the meaning.
Love is the law, love under will,