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Argumentum Ad Ignoratum

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An argumentum ad ignoratum is Latin old Latin for an argument against ignorance. The argument is judgment. Reactive judgments can be as simple as naming a thing to be a thing. Such reactive judgements cause conflict. Whiles some conflict is good other conflict is unhealthy. Good conflict can be described as building muscle by causing yourself pain. Negative conflict can be described as fearing and uncertain future.Constantly naming things is just constantly judging things to be those things that you name them to be because you imply that they are not what you have named them to be as concerning the law of opposites, diametrically opposed opposites.