William A. Dembski Quote: “The problem with merely writing so…”

The problem with merely writing so that you can be understood is that the wrong people, in advancing their agendas, are only too ready to misunderstand you. Writing so that you cannot be misunderstood anticipates and preempts those who would willfully distort what you are trying to say.

William A. Dembski


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Name: William A. Dembski
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: American
Birthday: July 18, 1960
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