Re: virus: Religion, Zen, post-structuralism, and the failure

David McFadzean (
Wed, 11 Jun 1997 10:49:09 -0600

At 08:32 AM 10/06/97 -0400, John ''!Boolean'' Williams wrote:

>I *use* logic. It's useful for quite a bit. I'll go to a physician when I'm
>sick, and I'll ride a plane. In these instances, logic has proven itself to
>be an accurate model to use. But as for the definitions of "the meaning of
>life," etc -- the metaphysical ones -- I'll stick to
>not-exactly-logical-thinking, thank you, and consider myself at least as
>intellegent as you. Perhaps more, because I'm not insisting that people who
>disagree with *me* are nutbars or stupid. :-)

Before I respond to your message let me ask you something: Do you consider
this particular discussion to be metaphysical? Does it matter whether what
you say is true or not? Do you care if your arguments are logical? Would you
be convinced by an argument that is valid and sound?

David McFadzean       
Memetic Engineer      
Church of Virus