Re: virus: Logic

Nathaniel Hall (
Thu, 09 Oct 1997 22:44:34 -0600

Tim Rhodes wrote:

> On Wed, 8 Oct 1997, Nathaniel Hall wrote:
> > Prof. Tim wrote:
> > > In 200 years will your ancestors talk about your views will they say:
> > >
> > > > (Did) you honestly believe then that it was moral and good?
> > That only applies to folks close to the mainstream, and as you said above:
> > "Wow, your way out there, Nateman."
> > The evil bad freaky way out there Nateman.
> Morals only apply to those in the mainstream?!?
> Your right--you are WAY out there, Nateman. Just stay on your side of the
> room, please. You give me the hebbie-jebbies!
> -Prof. Tim

No morals apply to everyone: My point is you can only say one is trapped into
thinking a certain way by your culture if you happen to be in agreement with
that culture. If you accept nobody's judgement but your own, and work to
question your premises to see if they are based on something real such a view
will always eventually come to the same answer. (Unless of course the universe
is not objective but we've been through that already)
The Nateman: Boo! Ha! Ha! made you jump!