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Chinese Puzzles Hide Falsehoods

Posted by: Quincunx on October 14, 1999 at 16:05:32:

In Reply to: tardis. posted by Gee on October 13, 1999 at 20:23:29:

: : SDF: How about if I had chosen to commit suicide or move to Antarctica? It's not your prerogative to put choices into my life-history. Stoller is right, you keep re-inventing falsehood to avoid admitting that you're caught.

G: nice evasion.

Qx: I don't know of evasion is really nice but re-inventing falsehood to avoid admitting that you're caught is really not good for one's mental health either Gee. Can you understand the implications of challenging your own irrational beliefs?

: : SDF: No, what it says is that you want it both ways, and so you've erected a double standard to protect your illogic. Participants in democracy are individuals when you like the way the vote went, and they're an anti-individualist conspiracy when you don't.

G: No, simply their vote isnt automatically 'correct' by virtue of number. that is all.

Qx: That's not all. What is apparent here is a full denial of being shown the error of your thinking Gee. Yoiu might be good at mahjong but you have hardly understood the Tao.

: : SDF: So I guess you don't want to know what really happens in the public schools, because you've chosen instead to criticize trivialities having to do with the definition of the word "school" as cited in Iowa state documents. Or you think you know already. Figures.

G: Nice evasion part two.

Qx: Very good Gee. By keeping up with your denial in the face of your own mistakes throughout this debating forum you have shown much anal retentiveness. How would this show you up in the cosmos?

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