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TED talk on Moral / sociological standards. Con vs. Lib, how do they differ?

Discussion in 'Culture & Religion' started by r0beph, Sep 18, 2008.

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    r0beph New Member

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    What makes this different than any other supposition? Each mentality can and does have an arsenal of weapons to use against the other in terms of values and the results of them. It has long been my opinion that liberal thinkers ar not so different from conservative ones, in that if one does not agree with what is deemed to be "progressive" thinking for the changing world, then one is stupid. If that judgement is passed, then it kind of makes the term liberal, or "not narrow in opinion or judgment" an oxymoron.

    I'll wait for more replies before going any further....but I could do it now.
     
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