Here is an example of the redundancy that occurs in all conventional negotiations and it’s justifications for what is true in reality. This is a great example. Communication is taken as proof of his self. And so where communication is not taking place there by doing have the persistent effort to continue in the attempt to communicate, ie faith.
But I like the thing about the ruler and force.
It’s kind of funny though, that this short little essay actually contradicts itself, and thereby becomes redundant unto itself.
The Ability of Men to Communicate Means that Force Must Mean Tyranny
If you intend to force your opponent to comply with your idea, you don’t actually need the idea, all you need is force. You see, having an idea is fundamentally an appeal to reason–i.e. this is true because of this rationale, which also must be true because of this premise…etcetera, etcetera. And reason is a […]
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