Gandalfs Beard wrote:My definition of Canon is not "unusual" Eldo, it is the literary definition as opposed to the religious definition.
Thus the book is attributed to JRR Tolkien himself, rather than being a documentary of the evolution of JRR's work attributed to Christopher Tolkien like The History of Middle Earth series (in other words extra-textual works with Christopher's annotations and commentary).
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Ancalagon wrote:JUST BECAUSE A CLAIM HAS "NOT" IN IT DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY MAKE IT A NEGATIVE CLAIM
Remember, a negative claim always hypothesises "no change/difference"
So, since you are claiming the orcs lost their immortality, that would be a change, and is thus a positive claim and bares the burden of proof.
Gandalfs Beard wrote:I don't think there is enough evidence for there to be either a "Positive" or a "Negative" claim in Canon insofar as it relates to Orc immortality.
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