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Apples And Tangerine Seeds

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on May 4, 2002 18:51:44 UTC

Butting in, to offer an observation:


you have a great memory, and often your recollections produce what you deem 'inconstistencies' in the positions of others. But sometimes it is your own misunderstanding in these conversations that creates these 'inconsistencies.'

Specifically, even when you get to the very core of the ideas of others, you haven't stripped a single layer away from your own. You're an uneaten apple, examining a tangerine, and upon arrival at one of its seeds you claim, "Aha! You are not soft and juicy and orange as you once claimed!

The standards you apply against others are so far removed from the levels of thought you're arguing that you're essentially defeating yourself in these discussions.

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