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You Seem Oblivious To Ethics; Maybe You Will Discuss Ethics Now

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on September 17, 2002 21:43:53 UTC

Being interested in philosophy, perhaps you would
like to address the ethics of behavior on this forum. It has, sadly, been my impression that your ethical system contains numerous exceptions for you to the categorical imperative. Not just occasional exceptions, but numerous. And because they are subtle, they would not play particularly well in this medium.
From the point of view of another person, it could appear that by objecting to some subtle patterns in your writing, I were really boxing with an anonymous phantom about things that matter not.

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