Truth is like a lion
Quote by Augustine of Hippo: “The truth is like a lion; you don’t have to def...”
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“The truth is like a lion. You don't have to defend it. Let it loose. It will defend itself.”
I really thought this one was already on the blog, but I did the research on FB almost 2. The truth is like a lion. Let it loose and it will defend itself. Augustine, who was not much given to the use of similes. Those of us who pray the Liturgy of the Hours are exposed to massive amounts of St.
Some genius, probably not St. Let it loose. It will defend itself. His review is faulty on a number of areas, but most alarming in his conclusion. First, to be fair, the review and the book are both critiques—the review critiques the book and the book critiques modern pseudo-sciences behavioral economics among others. In fact, critiques are a necessary component in the pursuit of truth. Young seems to be particularly affectionate of the straw man logical fallacy since he evokes it four times in his review.
"The truth is like a lion. You don't have to defend it. Let it loose. It will defend itself."
Therefore I will state only fact and avoid opinions or misrepresentations where possible. Confidentiality will be maintained throughout by using pseudonyms. The same staff then sneakily told my mentor a different story. Have you seen a psychiatrist? So I thanked her for her time and left, telling her I would not be back. I spent sat around at home watching my other colleagues finish their degrees, now severely doubting my ability to be a nurse. The university had to take the allegations seriously, so they sent me to the most cognitively draining type of nursing there is to see whether the allegations were justified.