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Posted on 2012.05.29 at 09:42


Tomas Gallucci
schpydurx at 2012-05-29 14:59 (UTC) (Link)
Dediu has no false dichotomy in the sentence ou quoted. Not all either/or constructs are wrongly closed on less then the number of solutions to a given problem.

But since you in your own conceit deign to chastise a Tufts and Harvard graduate, please exhaustively elucidate to the perceived ignorant the entire set of buyers over which there is closure.
ehowton at 2012-05-29 15:10 (UTC) (Link)
The beauty and effectiveness of critical thinking isn't in knowing everything about everything. Its about identifying limitations in conceptions and seeking alternatives :)
michelle1963 at 2012-05-29 15:13 (UTC) (Link)
Buyers are either needful of a job to be done or not.

I understand what the man was trying to elucidate ~ that the questioner was looking at the wrong data. However, many, many buyers are not "needful" at all ~ they don't need the product; they simply want the product. An incredible amount of money is spent on advertising geared exactly to those who want, but do not need. Hence the false dichotomy and / or oversimplification.

ehowton at 2012-05-29 15:16 (UTC) (Link)
Oh wow of course! Otherwise there wouldn't need to be market research - simple dissemination of information would be adequate enough.

Excellent point ma'am.
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