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Re: Let's discuss diotalevi's home node button

by chaoticset (Chaplain)
on Sep 18, 2004 at 04:12 UTC ( #391947=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Let's discuss diotalevi's home node button

Hm. Well, if there were some sort of guiding principles, some sort of philosophy that the Monastery adhered to, then this would be a valid concern. In fact, I believe there are, so --

Ah, I forget. You dislike general principles and philosophy. Clearly, it would be a deep offense to you to take actions based on principle and philosophy. I feel certain no action will be taken, in deference to your beliefs.



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Comment on Re: Let's discuss diotalevi's home node button
Re^2: Let's discuss diotalevi's home node button
by Wassercrats on Sep 18, 2004 at 04:18 UTC
    There needs to be principles and philosophy here because too many people here need that kind of guidance. I could tell that by what they say and how they vote. Make rules and silence the voters. I'd probably obey the rules and vote properly without even knowing the rules because of my sensibility, so it wouldn't bother me.

    (Properly means not vote at all, which is what I had done when I was able to vote. Except for a -- for diotalevi.)

      Your argument sounds very philosophical. Applying a given set of beliefs to whatever problem comes your way simplifies things, but as you prefer custom made problem solving, I believe the community will be unable to apply principles and philosophy to this situation.


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