Monday, May 28, 2007

At bottom, we are morally-practical during argument. Here's why...

Contractual agreements amongst unencumbered individuals with arbitrarily chosen ends involve too few processes of reflective argumentation. Reflective argumentation is all we should concern ourselves with. Everything else is distraction. The egocentric perspective should be treated not as primary but as derivative. That is to say self-interested commentary is likely to fail at the business of general illumination exactly because it carries with it too much personal information. The conflict, then, is between general and particular. Or between these, say,


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