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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 12:31 am    Post subject: Cognitive Dissonant Oxymoron: "Dictatorship of Relativi Reply with quote

"Usenetserver" wrote...

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The only way you can avoid lying is to be silent, but you don't like
that.No, you don't like that at all.

### - lol no one who speaks can avoid lying... and that includes
everything *you've* said too :)


Indeed so. In fact we all depend upon the judicious use of lying for
survival; society requires it for it to function smoothly; which mainly
boils down to egos in conflict - and that includes all of us. We all lie
from time to time so I really don't know what all the froth and bubble is
about.

### - hi guy... the 'froth & bubble' is about tom taking his medicine like a
man and resisting the urge to throw up hehehe :)



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There is an aspect of the statement that 'all word are lies' which is
worth considering. As psychologists know, words are a convention for
communication between minds which actually think in pictures. To this
extent the best they can ever be is an approximation, and their intrinsic
truth is always therefore only partial. Hence to one degree or another all
words are indeed not the (whole) truth.

### - the problem is to imagine that Truth could ever be 'contained' in
words instead of being 'conveyed' by them (carried to us, literally) -
perhaps by a more artistic application of them?

"There was a young man from Kentucket..." Smile Smile Smile
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