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Re: Re: Re: A Radical Suggestion

Posted By: Becky Flores on July 13, 2005
Is it a question of persuasion? Hardly. That sort of thing better belongs in the cheap realm of advertising copy. Moreover, what has been said about you and your views? A point was made in relation to defining the parameters of a moral argument that happened to be presented by you. If we're going to discuss "everything" that can be said about the views of one or another individual, then we're on a very slippery slope because we can say *anything* about everything (although I'm not so sure ths would work the other way around). "My" views? Perhaps, perhaps not. More so a case of presenting a point in response to another -- incidentally, a point that was not addressed in your reply. How, for instance, could we align this concept of being "happier" and "better off" in relation to the Spears/Federline scenario fitting in with the moral parameters of the argument you present? That's the more critical question.
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