RE: virus: Logical beliefs

Richard Brodie (
Mon, 2 Jun 1997 13:57:38 -0700

David McF wrote:

>Next case, A kills B in self defence. It was a very quick, life or
>situation and A didn't have time to think it through, he just acted on
>instinct when his wife and kid were threatened by the perp. Yet A is
>acquitted because he acted rationally. Wouldn't you agree that this
>with the way I use the term rationality?

In the United States A would be acquitted because he acted "reasonably,"
not "rationally."

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