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laconicsax Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-20-11 05:04 PM
Response to Reply #121
124. Aren't both "ancient" and "Egypt" subjective?
After all, sometimes a settled argument is referred to as "ancient history," so it seems that "ancient" can refer to 3000 years ago and 3 weeks ago. Thus, "ancient" is subjective.

Also, the modern borders of Egypt aren't the same as the historical borders, so it seems that "Egypt" is also subjective.

You wouldn't be trying to force an objective definition on a subjective term, now would you?
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