[lit-ideas] Re: The continuation of Realpolitik -- a counterfactual

  • From: "David Wright" <wright@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 21:46:40 -0500

Actually, my intent is...

If we choose to allow the restriction of others' freedoms based upon
accordance with our own beliefs, or societal norms
Then, we must be willing to submit the allowance/restriction our own
freedoms to the beliefs of others, or societal norms

clear as chocolate mousse,

P.S.  It would certainly have been a bad argument...

  Robert Paul wrote:
  If I understand you at all—and it's very possible I don't—you seem
  to be saying that if some people are 'restricted' in some way, some
  of the time, it follows that all of the people may be 'restricted'
  in any way at any time. This strikes me as simply a bad argument,
  but as I say, I may have misunderstood you.

  Robert Paul

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