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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction
Posted by: Amilcar
Date/Time: 06/05/2004 13:58:59

I would like to comment about (hehe) a few items in your post, assumptions i suppose.

While my post was not relevant to the content of your post, it was a comment about the frequency and depth and range of your postings.

I would offer that my post was relevant as a response to the higher-level pattern of the frequency of your postings and irrelevant to the content of your one post: ethics, abstractions and second position.

Is it unethical for me to 'judge' that i think you should be spending your time doing something besides posting. Is it 'wrong' for me to think that these other activities may characteristically be less prone to abstraction and second-order thinking as they are use sensory-based skills (juggling, etc)? And is it 'wrong' for me to wish for you a more varied and, gasp-dare i say, richer experience?

I'd rather let you fill in the lost performatives, Who is a victim of what? Who was the victimizer? Are you the victim and i the victimizer? What offense have i perpetrated? I just suggested another few courses of actions (in an innocent-sounding placating voice). What crime [2] have i committed, and what consequences are there?
The reason that [3] isn't relevant is that there is no 'objective' governing body that mediates disagreements, disputes and defines crimes. So basically this victimhood and crime (i'm a criminal eh?) framework is built on quicksand, a cacaphony, a fleeting feeling and a mockery of justice [for a few multi-sensory metaphors].

So i pose in proper:
What offense or crime hath i commited against you that lead you to interpret that you could think of yourself as a victim?


ps: by whose standards does Ms. Grovier achieve import?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Ethics, second position, and abstraction05/05/2004 10:01:13nj
     Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction05/05/2004 15:40:17Amilcarkabral
          Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction05/05/2004 20:53:04nj
               Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction06/05/2004 13:58:59Amilcar
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction09/05/2004 10:01:58nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction14/05/2004 18:27:10nj
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction14/05/2004 19:03:21nj
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction14/05/2004 20:41:24Elie
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction14/05/2004 20:55:05
                                             Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction14/05/2004 21:15:07Eli
                                             Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction15/05/2004 02:32:47E_lie
                                                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction15/05/2004 09:06:40
                                                       Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction15/05/2004 10:04:02e_lie
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                                                                 Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction15/05/2004 19:51:14nj
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                                                                                               relevant links16/05/2004 10:08:56e_lie
     Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction05/05/2004 20:59:32nj
          Re:Re:Ethics, second position, and abstraction06/05/2004 18:57:20GSM
     Positive intentions and Ethics26/05/2004 01:45:59Greg Alexander
          Re:Positive intentions and Ethics27/05/2004 18:46:19nj
               Re:Re:Positive intentions and Ethics28/05/2004 00:53:27Greg Alexander
                    Re:Re:Re:Positive intentions and Ethics28/05/2004 06:20:40nj
                         Re:Positive intentions and Ethics28/05/2004 11:23:53Greg Alexander
                              Re:Re:Positive intentions and Ethics28/05/2004 18:58:15nj
                                   Re:Re:Re:Positive intentions and Ethics29/05/2004 03:07:52Greg Alexander
                              Re:Re:Positive intentions and Ethics28/05/2004 21:29:50nj

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