Re: virus: Methods of Thinking

Martz (
Thu, 24 Apr 1997 21:31:17 +0100

On Wed, 23 Apr 1997, Lee Daniel Crocker <> wrote:

>There is a vast chasm of difference between not having moral
>values, and having strong moral values that happen to be
>different from "convention". Conventional morality is usually
>based on silly notions like God or duty. I reject those, but
>I embrace the concept of morality itself--in fact, because I
>believe my particular moral values are based more on reality
>than those of others, I hold them even more strongly.

An attitude I share. Has it caused you as much trouble as it has me?
I've found that because I approach life from such a fundamentally
different direction to most people I might as well be talking a
different language sometimes; the gulf in understanding is just too
great to bridge cost-effectively.


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