Re: virus: Real ethics

Wade T.Smith (
Fri, 7 Nov 97 00:24:52 -0500

>Is this reasonable? If not, what should happen in similar cases?

If only any portion of the legal system entered the subset of reason,
regardless of who's definition or understanding was used, there may be
some foothold for argument here, but, alas, the legal system exists
completely outside any of these constraints.

I would be hard-pressed to find any legal decision which could co-exist
with ethical conclusions. There is a real problem of basic language here.

Where would we even start?

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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