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On the *need* for non-personal ethics


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1 hour ago, euripides said:

I think we need to have at least loosely-agreed-upon definitions in order to have meaningful discussion

it’s a strange world without. I was just looking at a posting on Fb and the arguments people were having about a simple math problem (due to divergence at a meanings /conceptual level) … very strange 


1 hour ago, euripides said:

Generally when reading for others, I do so in a discursive manner: I talk with the querent about  their concerns, and we build the question together.

my wife takes the same approach to readings; spending some time with a client building the question. Seems like a nice co-operative approach.

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