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Exultant Democracy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-13-04 01:49 AM
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18. A most definite no
if you don't believe me ask Schrodinger's cat, if he is still alive that is.
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  -Does objective morality exist? durutti  Feb-12-04 08:22 PM   #0 
  - Did you just get out of a Intro to Philosophy course or something?  kixot   Feb-12-04 08:27 PM   #1 
  - ...."exists a name for it".....  dweller   Feb-12-04 08:45 PM   #3 
     - You May Well Laugh, Sir  The Magistrate   Feb-12-04 08:51 PM   #5 
     - But in the eyes of a child  dweller   Feb-12-04 09:02 PM   #8 
     - Do not confuse philosophy with semantics.  kixot   Feb-12-04 09:13 PM   #9 
        - Was not my intention  dweller   Feb-12-04 09:46 PM   #12 
     - It's a bit more complicated than that...  Mattforclark   Feb-12-04 10:28 PM   #17 
     - I'll contort the question to make it easier to understand.  kixot   Feb-12-04 09:01 PM   #7 
        - Are You Seriously Maintaining, Sir  The Magistrate   Feb-12-04 09:30 PM   #11 
           - Not to confuse the existence of an idea with the existence of a "thing".  kixot   Feb-12-04 10:03 PM   #14 
              - A Distinction Without A Difference To Me, Sir  The Magistrate   Feb-12-04 10:19 PM   #15 
  - But what happens when  dirk   Feb-12-04 08:31 PM   #2 
  - Yes, but still that is relative and subjective...  smirkymonkey   Feb-12-04 09:52 PM   #13 
  - Probably Not....  The Magistrate   Feb-12-04 08:49 PM   #4 
  - no.  gold_bug   Feb-12-04 08:58 PM   #6 
  - Reality is subjective by its nature... n/t  foamdad   Feb-12-04 09:26 PM   #10 
  - Define terms  Mattforclark   Feb-12-04 10:27 PM   #16 
  - A most definite no  LeviathanCrumbling   Feb-13-04 01:49 AM   #18 

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