Re: special requests are not law
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: special requests are not law (sabbah)
Date: Tuesday, 6 June 2006, at 12:25 p.m.
In Response To: Re: special requests are not law (sabbah)
peace and hotep,
sabbah, when you cite:
"conscious means "awake". awake means in possession of your own thoughts."
**judging by yr previous statements and yr definition of consciousness, can ANYONE then EVER be "AWAKE/CONSCIOUS"?,
any one who possess his/her own thoughts can become "awake"/conscious...
1. to have as property: own.
2. to have as a quality, characteristic, or other attribute.
3. to acquire mastery of or have knowledge of.
4. to gain or exert influence or control over.
sabbah, also when you state:
"also as the originator of a topic, does one not have the right to structure and give direction to the debate. is that not what a "topic" does anyway?",
if the originator of a topic is a "moderater", a neutral party, yes, a moderator, a middleman is given authority to structure and give direction when those engaged in a debate give consent.
if the originator of a topic sets up a position and governs it alone, the originator is a dictator.
sabbah, what are the rules for engaging in debate on this 'reasoning' forum?
mind your wants because some one wants your mind-----georgeclinton
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