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RE: Umm... No

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Posted by Andy on March 21, 2000 15:36:48 UTC

Shadows wrote, "When I said I despise closemindedness I should have said, I pity closedminded people."

Thanks for doing some of our work for us, Shadows. You just provided yourself with evidence for God. When one "despises" something or "pities" someone, that implies a value-judgment. But value-judgments cannot rationally be made without an *objective standard* for measuring what is more valuable or less valuable.

So tell me: where does such an objective value standard come from?

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