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Enexseenge

Kingston WA

Registered: Mar 2005
Posts: 46

Vauge question.

Cultural homogenization..

There is a deal on exportation.

A method to constrain, a capability to restrict; always these have an effect…

Our current model does not account for irreducible calculability.
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Question..

Are there unforeseen consequences of our current methods which we deploy to keep the constituents of our societies within a parametric functionality; consequences that are unseen due to our habit to think what we partake in is simply a reducible equation.?

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Val Smith


Registered: Jun 2005
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Vague, more or less?

The golden rule simply accommodates the familar and the stranger cultural units homogenously,
so isn't the export-concept a corruption of the golden rule against the stranger?

Of course it is!
The golden rule applies equally to all familiars and strangers.

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