virus: MS Flip Software Price

Reed Konsler (
Thu, 16 Oct 1997 10:41:08 -0400 (EDT)

>Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 09:32:29 -0600
>From: David McFadzean <>
>At 11:23 AM 10/14/97 -0400, Reed Konsler wrote:
>>An interesting question, but I'd like to know first: Do you really think
>>logic will provide an answer to questions like "why are we here" and
>>"what is my purpose"? You made the assertion that the reason one
>>refrained from adultery was logical. I disagree.
>I said it can be logical (consciously rational) and that it is logical
>(insofar as emotions are parational). Do you still disagree?
>>Logic would dictate that there is some limit to any relationship, some
>>maximum investment you are willing to make or maximum opportunity
>>you are willing to forego. Is this true? Do you love people within
>Yes, for instance I probably wouldn't allow millions of people to
>die horribly (say in a nuclear holocaust) just to save my S.O. I hope
>she would understand :-) What would you do?
>>conditional limits? Do you hand them score cards to tell them where
>>they stand?
>No, why would I do that?
>>What is really important to people?
>I have never suggested that logic is an end unto itself.

I don't find anything here I disagree with.


Reed Konsler