Re: virus: Virus Symptoms Lesson #1 (D1)

Tim Rhodes (
Wed, 5 Mar 1997 09:14:58 -0800 (PST)

On 4 Mar 1997, David Rosdeitcher wrote:

> Such
> acceptance of contradictins makes people controllable by authority
> figures. People become incapable of taking a stand and have no way to
> correct errors if they are wrong. They then turn to the authority figure
> who provided the contradictions.

David, please provide a historical example of this assertion. In MY
reading of history, people who /think/ they knew what was right are much
more easily controlled.

> Here's another contradictory notion:
> >Consciousness may be valid, in some contexts. I do not accept it as an
> >axiom, however.
> He's taking a position that his position is not legitimate since consciousness
> is not legitimate.

Do believe there was a universe, a reality, *before* there was a conscious
mind to understand it? If so, was the second axiom on hold? If not,
please tell me why?

Prof. Tim