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  1. The discussion was about their habit of making...

    The discussion was about their habit of making personal attacks on those who disagree with them, thus the term is apt to describe their behaviour. Go and read the full context given in Cerebrum's...
  2. I haven't had any private messages from...

    I haven't had any private messages from oxmixmudd. And I think your summary is pretty much on point.
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    :haha:

    :haha:
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    Wow... ...thinking of someone who's been posting...

    Wow... ...thinking of someone who's been posting a lot in Civics recently....
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    That's kind of cruel to Jim, Tassy. Why say that?...

    That's kind of cruel to Jim, Tassy. Why say that? Why kick the guy when he's down?




    ... and that's called 'armchair psychology' by real psychologists - you know - the ones who actually help...
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    Trump must be the most hugest greatest President...

    Trump must be the most hugest greatest President ever, to personally do all this.

    He not only hob-nobs with assorted Russians and North Koreans on a regular basis, attends his KKK chapter...
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    AH :wink: (1) No, we're not. (2) You're...

    AH :wink:

    (1) No, we're not. (2) You're accusing fellow Christians of hating a brother (you) - saying that we're not walking in light, but walking in darkness (1 John 2 V 11). That's a serious...
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    Stop your pity party. I don't hate you, and I...

    Stop your pity party. I don't hate you, and I doubt anyone else here does.


    Instead of taking on board what people are saying about how you express your views, you're deflecting it as an attack...
  9. Not just that. Also things like the lighting,...

    Not just that. Also things like the lighting, music intros, camera angles etc can set a particular mood or tone. What goes before and after can be important too - for example showing someone saying...
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    Please. We're lucky to get a readable OP. A...

    Please. We're lucky to get a readable OP.

    A fair chunk of the OP is hard to support at all, links or not. Trump personally did all that, while dealing with everything else a President does? I...
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    You at least sometimes initiate the personal...

    You at least sometimes initiate the personal attacks. Go back 3 pages on the board and look at your 'Can you still support him?' thread, where you attacked me ("naive") directly, as well as by...
  12. No one buys your constant attempts to shift the...

    No one buys your constant attempts to shift the topic from the question at hand to your usual red herrings.


    You do this because you are often caught out opining on things beyond your actual...
  13. Enjoy your stay in the Shunya loop, where...

    Enjoy your stay in the Shunya loop, where self-contradiction is a virtue, and incoherence and mangled syntax is the standard for discourse. You are invincible in your self-imposed ignorance.
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    Where I live there are groups of professional...

    Where I live there are groups of professional beggars run by criminal gangs. One old chap I saw many times over a period of several months had a prominent ankle ulcer on display to elicit sympathy....
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    The point is that they do change, therefore...

    The point is that they do change, therefore arguing someone is morally wrong from within that worldview is essentially merely an expression of subjective opinion. And thus of no more interest, or...
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    I simply don't find that at all believable. ...

    I simply don't find that at all believable.



    :wink:
  17. False Also false Again, false.

    False



    Also false



    Again, false.
  18. I don't think anyone here denies that there is a...

    I don't think anyone here denies that there is a relationship.

    The questions of interest are: Just what is the nature of that relationship? What exactly is the mind? Can consciousness be...
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    Tassman is an absolute Burj Khalifa of moral...

    Tassman is an absolute Burj Khalifa of moral virtue, because he gets to choose whatever moral values are true. By sheer coincidence, the true ones just happen to be the very ones Tassman most eagerly...
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    When is it ever not? :whack:

    When is it ever not? :whack:
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    If that's not a complete failure of reasoning,...

    If that's not a complete failure of reasoning, it's skating pretty close to one. Your thinking here would only possibly be true if we have very good reason to think that a 'distinct mind' would...
  22. I'm not at all sure that you understand what is...

    I'm not at all sure that you understand what is meant by 'the hard problem' with reference to the mind. Given that, your thread here is quite possibly misdirected.
  23. I answered the question that was asked in the...

    I answered the question that was asked in the post I replied to. You just can't let go of your need to be more right than everyone else. Grow up.


    PS: I miss your old pals Bob, Duck and Weave....
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    :no::duh:

    :no::duh:
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    (1) I think you'd need to go back and look in...

    (1) I think you'd need to go back and look in detail at the individual responses to see if everyone (anyone?) who thought that she could be telling the truth ALSO attacked her character etc. If...
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