I am uncertain how to reply to arguments like :
(1) The argument form subjectivity: I feel that there is a god -> there is one.
(2) The arguments against logic -> Hey, emotions are not logical!
(3) The argument from special knowledge -> Not all is logic. There are things above it, you just don’t realize.
(4) Eastern mysticism which talks a lot about “non-dual states of mind, beyond logic, blah, blah, blah… “
How can one refute these arguments? The problem is not with the structure of the argument, but with the premises. So how can one refute those premises? There is no empiric evidence to contradict the premises… Where exactly is the argument faulty? Is there a formal way to show this, rather than just calling the other person “stupid”?