Nobody said that it was off-topic, just that it had been dealt with.
More importantly the issue you were asked to support was not the idea that Marx was racist to some small degree. You WERE asked to support your assertion that Marx had proved that evolutionary theory was racist. That WOULD be on-topic and advance the discussion. Or rather it would if there were such a proof.
Ha! Enough double talk. It'd be on-topic until I did it, and then it'd be 'off-topic' again.
But in case nobody noticed, I said I had no interest in repeating his work, now didn't I?
At this point, it doesn't contribute much, if anything, to demonstrate commonly-known facts to people who we all know will continue to deny them. That's just not how I define 'progress'.
No. The opposition is simply looking to draw this out. They hope I'll make a mistake and they'll be able to attack my credibility. They hope 3rd party readers will be convinced that truth is determined by how many people wish a thing to be so.
Until some flaw can be found in Huxley's logic, I don't see that there's much to argue about. The only flaw I've found is that it's based upon evolutionism...