As stated modern physics contradicts your "rational" understanding of the world. Physics is far more objective by definition compared to philosophy which is just a macro view of the highest quantum probability. Without a good understanding of physics its like claiming you know how a computer functions because you can build a PC from macro components.
You cannot use what you learn with the law of identity to tell you it doesn't work or isn't valid. Again, please check out the other thread..
I will do that, But I define reality with physics, where as you define it with philosophy. Maybe neither is more correct than the other. I suspect never the two shall meet.
"You guys feel, like children, instead of think, like adults."
Funny, considering the adolescent nature of libertarianism. Ordinarily, adults are the ones who manage to think beyond their own needs. What is libertarianism, if not an extreme focus on one's own needs?
"I am rational, you are emotional; ergo you are wrong," is how I interpreted that.
read through the lines much?...lol
way to cut through the crap
That is about right.
lol......the ego,,,,it burns.....
I'm glad to see my reading comprehension has not dulled.
Anybody interested in debating the essential aspects of morality and how they relate to political structure, rather than hyperbole, metaphor and insults?
Absolutely! But not with you. Anyone who does have a serious inclination to do so, and does not merely regurgitate Ayn Rand, is welcome to join my group Ethical Theory, or to create their own discussion topic.