What is really needed here is some principled reasoning . Otherwise we will be left
clambering in the dark caverns of our individual prejudices.
I suggest that when people make statements in favor or against something, principled reasons
be given. It should be possible then to discuss the validity of the claims (are things truly
the way stated), and the strength of the principles on which they rely.
Perhaps it would also be useful to remember that the number of ways things can be is
exceedingly large, and that often wars about what seem to be incompatible perspectives
in the end turn out to be complimentary.
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