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You Keep Using That Word 'law'

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Posted by Harvey on December 5, 2001 00:42:08 UTC


You told me that laws are not beliefs and all I want to know is what do you mean by laws. What is so complicated in doing so? In order for me to evaluate your claim that 'laws are not beliefs' then you must define your terms. I think I understand what you mean by 'beliefs', but now I want to understand what you mean by law.

Your first definition wouldn't do as you said so yourself. So, how do interpret the meaning of your use of the term law?

Please reply, no evasive techniques please.

Warm regards, Harv

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