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03-29-2011, 01:39 PM
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Robert, what is your point?
I suppose my point is to highlight that there is a price to pay for reducing dissonance.
You can't do it without limiting yourself in some way or being morally corrupted by it.
It is important that in all instances we acknowledge the moments where we succumb to such dissonance, question those conflicting ideas and thus further our overall understanding of them.
Is that such a scary notion?
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