quote:Originally posted by HeruStar:quote:Well if you favor censorship, then you favor that there be "official questioners"
It's only a non-sequitur if the conclusion does NOT follow from the premises. "non sequitur" is Latin for "does not follow".
How do you enforce censorship without censors (i.e., "official questioners")????
(1) You favor censorship
(2) The enforcement of censorship requires censors - those whose official capacity require that they question the value of forms of artistic expression - "official questioners" if you will.
You favor official questioners.
This isn't a non-sequitur. But a conclusion that can be logically inferred from what you've said...