I asked, and still ask: "Is the degree in philosophy you claim a lie, did you buy it from a diploma mill, or did you forget all that you learned?"
You replied that a certain school is not a diploma mill. Fine, I accept that. However, a person trained in the art of logical discourse (for example, someone with a doctorate in philosophy) would realize that proving that a particular school is not a diploma mill does not prove that a given individual went to that school. Hell, a person so trained would even realize that what appears to be one question is indeed three, and that the one answer does not cover the question.
And now that that remark has been rather disproven, you continue your attacks on me from other directions.
No. I continue my attack from only one direction, the direction that for a person who claims an advance education in logical reasoning, you demonstrate no ability in logical reasoning. Even this statement shows it. You "disproved" nothing. You made one apparently true statement (that so and so school was not a diploma mill) and implied another (that that is where, but not at the main campus, you got your doctorate). That is hardly a proof, and any lawyer, any mathematician, any philosopher would know as much.