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Does Winning a Nobel Prize Support An Argument ?


If so, why?

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M. T. Dremer says

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2 years ago
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    Phil Perez 2 years ago

    Even if an argument is not credible, it must have some worth if it is logical, no? An N.P. is just recognized by people. If a more "important argument" makes more sense and is not credited with a N.P. as opposed to one that is, how is that sensible?


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    David (GizSleep) 2 years ago

    Sorry I would like to add that the nomination alone might be a better argument to make, because being nominated generally means you've done something well whereas winning can be because of a whole host of political reasons.

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