Re: virus: Hegel's Virus (was Altruism, Empathy, Etc.)

D. H. Rosdeitcher (
23 Apr 97 14:44:20 EDT

Robin wrote:
D. H. Rosdeitcher wrote:
>>>First of all, what do you mean that my method is "wildly different"?

Corey A. Cook wrote:
>>I am terribly sorry, but I am still unable to put it in
>>descriptive language yet. As of now, it is only a 'sence'
>>that something about your posts is different from others
>>on the list. Perhaps is something in your style of writing.

>I see it too, and what it looks like to me is an unusually
>determined attempt to make everything fit into a
>pre-existing scheme, with a tendency to "lay down the
>law" as to how that's supposed to happen. The rest of
>us are generally interested in trying to understand
>what's going on. DHR seems more interested in
>expressing what for him is an already overarching
>understanding that requires only some of the details
>filled in.

I have a tendency to "lay down the law"? That's ridiculous. I just don't think
we should allow Buddhism or other belief systems that I don't agree with. :)