The Philosophy of Invalid Obviousness

consists of at least two axiomatic principles: 1) that anything either partially or wholly obvious must be invalid; the second axiom, which is almost too obvious to state, is that 2) Phivob is obviously invalid.

It may be seen that through this very concise and useful philosophy, much woolliness may be shorn from the sheep - especially the talking ones who abide in radio towers at the last margins of the universe and invent such obviously useless conundrums - without ensuring that they see anything more clearly.

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