You are hung up on "propositions". It's about belief. He is addressing propositions "believed", not just propositions.<quoted text>
Yes, if you bothered to read Harris' entire passage, that's what he's arguing. You're just lying about it because the dishonesty you spout supports your belief system.
Yeah, I've repeatedly disagreed w/Harris' 2005 argument, in its entirety on these forums.
Have you even read the entire passages you quote from?
It really sounds like you haven't read the "propositions" passage in context. You keep garbling it.
Anyways, I still want what you're smoking.
He is advocating killing people for their beliefs before they act on them.
It is not a proposition found to be acceptable in most places. Certainly not in the west, and certainly not in the war on terrorism.
It is also not a popular position he takes when he blames Jews for the Holocaust.
Do you sense a pattern?