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Posted by Harvey on May 6, 2002 21:25:33 UTC

If you want to understand the issues that intrigue philosophers, then you must 'babble'. Some of us babble based on our own arm chair opinion which is usually horribly inconsistent, and some of us seek to know 'babble' based on what philosophers have managed to develop. It's all a matter how serious one is in the pursuit of understanding the real issues. Of course, if all you want to do is chew the fat based on thoughts that occur sporadically off the top of one's head, then that's fine too. I myself elect to really know as much as possible. That requires a more formalized (philosophically consistent) approach to these important matters. Everyone is welcome to their opinion as to what this accomplishes.

Warm regards, Harv

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