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osymandus

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Some of his language ideas were revolutionary at the time. Sadly he pays no attention to semantics, peripheral grammar, or social influence.

Well semantics and peripheral grammar are over rated .

Rusty : Isnt all morality an extension of rationalised relativity, based on experience anyway unless you adhere to some form of absolute all encompassing concept that say's there's only one way to live you and any who dosnt life in that way is wrong and "evil"... oh wait i see the problem.

Worryingly fact is an extension of an empiricism paradigm to rationalise our world around as based on our senses and our opinions by which we hope because it happened that way before it will happen that way again. (right im giving up John Locke for lunchtime reading it just makes all this a bit silly )
 
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Well semantics and peripheral grammar are over rated .

Rusty : Isnt all morality an extension of rationalised relativity, based on experience anyway unless you adhere to some form of absolute all encompassing concept that say's there's only one way to live you and any who dosnt life in that way is wrong and "evil"... oh wait i see the problem.

Worryingly fact is an extension of an empiricism paradigm to rationalise our world around as based on our senses and our opinions by which we hope because it happened that way before it will happen that way again. (right im giving up John Locke for lunchtime reading it just makes all this a bit silly )

Osy on linguistics - I think I need a drink.

And I do believe that certain things are inherently and absolutely evil - the Welsh for example.
 
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