Philosophy is becoming rather irritating.

Discussion in 'Ethics, Morality, & Justice' started by Crcata, Apr 8, 2016.

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Do you prefer Common Sense or Philosophy?

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  1. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    LOL! Every snarky jab and every overpersonalized pejorative aimed at me just confirms my having made my case frustratingly well. When you can't attack the argument you attack the person who made it. Standard ad hom troll tactics. Thanks Yaz!
     
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  3. Crcata Registered Senior Member

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    I have already defined extreme, and even given examples to put it into context. Your lack of understanding what it is at this point is your lack of intelligence, and it is no longer my fault.

    I have already clarified what my position is seperate from my initial post. Once again, your lack of being able to look past it is also no longer my fault.

    My point of view has been perfectly explained and backed up with logic and reason. Once again, your lack of understanding is not my fault.
     
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  5. Crcata Registered Senior Member

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    Its you NOT making a case at all, while claiming you do that is frustrating. But if that is how you seek satifisfaction then so be it. It is also why you arent taken seriously by anyone.
     
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  7. Crcata Registered Senior Member

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    This
     
  8. BWE1 Rulers are for measuring. Registered Senior Member

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    It's a hazard everywhere
     
  9. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    True. There's a story told about De Gaulle, passing a street demonstration in a car and noticing a man holding a placard saying, "Mort aux Cons!".
    De Gaulle indicated this placard and, waving his hand dismissively, remarked: "Vaste entreprise."
     

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