Re: MD Dynamic/static morality

From: Mark Steven Heyman (
Date: Sat Dec 25 2004 - 04:32:20 GMT

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    Hi MOQers,

    Merry (fill in your mythological preference) to all.

    Just some general questions, not necessarily directed to Chin:

    On 24 Dec 2004 at 21:47, Phaedrus Wolff wrote:

    I've been thinking some about this. This is where my problem comes
    with denying a religion, even if the religion is
    suppressive/exclusive. You don't change a view by telling the viewer
    they are wrong. You change the view by offering a better view;
    showing how a higher Quality view is better.

    msh asks:
    Why is believing something that is false better than believing
    nothing? IOW, why must you have something better to believe in, in
    order to change your view? When presented with evidence
    contradicting your belief, can't you simply suspend belief and begin
    your own investigation?

    Does the MOQ require maintenance of low quality static patterns just
    because there's nothing better to replace them? What about mu?

    Mark Steven Heyman (msh)
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