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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 1, 2002 15:54:39 UTC


>>>"how can one claim to be absolutely certain that you cannot be absolutely certain?"
>>>"And could an agnostic claim certainty over his uncertain position?"

I do not claim certainty of anything. If you think I do, or if you think that I should, and cannot possibly even function without first being "absolutely certain," then I'd suggest you should refrain from imposing your own values upon me.


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