What event was revealed to perhaps persuade the Supreme Court not to overrule the new Texas Law? What differs this law from the philosophy or Individualism or Collectivism on the basis of upholding the Individual Rights vs. a Collectivism ruling Government?

Yesterday I posted an article to support the opinion of a Chicago Tribune opinion: “The scheme is fiendishly clever, delegating enforcement to private citizens.” (individuals)

Today I read a very weighty argument in a Citizen Tom post titled: The Phony conflict between individualism and collectivism. The argument could be interpreted to support of  the Texas Law that it violate their individual Rights by a a collectivist group of government legislators opposed to abortion.

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient wisdom proverb and an idiom to reveal the vital clue why in my opinion, the answer to the clue or  event that occurred to perhaps change the Supreme Court to decide  not to interfere with the Texas  Law that changed the logical fallacy the original Supreme Court Roe Wad ruling based on individual Rights.

And which also changes any claim to be a ruling was based on a collectivism religious beliefs by  “do gooder’s  busybodies” interference of individual Rights based on Collectivism or logical fallacies.

King Solomon

Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; (Proverb 3:5)


“If it looks like a duck and walks like a duck, it is a duck”

If something has all the characteristics of a thing, it is probably that thing, regardless of what it is called or presented as. There are many variations of the expression, and it is often shortened to the first part of the phrase.

What’s My Point?

The weighty arguments of the issue that the law infringes on women’s individual Rights is based on the event that occurred from the time of the original Roe Wade 1973 ruling which now makes it apparent to be a logical fallacy of Reification.

Reification (also known as concretism, hypostatization, or the fallacy of misplaced concreteness) is a fallacy of ambiguity, when an abstraction (abstract belief or hypothetical construct) is treated as if it were a concrete real event or physical entity.[1][2] In other words, it is the error of treating something that is not concrete, such as an idea, as a concrete thing. A common case of reification is the confusion of a model with reality: “the map is not the territory“.

My point is to point out the answer to what is the clue that occurred.

In My Opinion

The six-week deadline to abort is based on the time period that occurs when a heartbeat can be heard on a scientific sonic instruments which was not in existence when Roe Wade was ruled an individual Right.

In other words, the ruling was based on the logical fallacy of misplaced concreteness because in 1973 sonic testing science was in its infancy whereas today it is now been tested for scientific accuracy.

In other words, if you can hear a heartbeat, it is not logical to believe that life has not begun.

If life has begun, then the unborn baby is an individual. If we believe in either faith or human laws that to kill an individual violates his Individual Rights, the Supreme Court and that the original Roe Wade decision was not based on concrete science and was instead a logical fallacy of Reification.

You Decide

Wise or fFoolish clue of logic that agrees with the idiom logic in a sense that if you can hear a heartbeat. there must be a life of an individual?

Who or what clever phony schemer was the real fiend that served to result  in the over 60 million  heartbeaters to end with abortions performed since Roe and Wade ruling?

Wise of Foolish, when pregnant to “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding?”

If Interested

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Source Links

Previous Posts

Fiendish Clever Wise or Foolish Texas Abortion Law? King Solomon Blog – Rudy u Martinka (rudymartinka.com)

King Solomon Autonomous Heartbeat Folly? (Repost) – Rudy u Martinka (rudymartinka.com)

Citizen Tom

Wikipedia – Reification (Fallacy)