Eliezer S. Yudkowsky, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, writes:
> Some opposition will be stupid and unconvertable, some opposition will
> be mistaken and convertable, a substantial proportion will be mistaken
> and unconvertable, and a small and possibly deadly fraction will be
> stupid and convertable.
Some opposition may be smart, and correct.
It seems highly unwise to assume that all those who disagree with us
are stupid or evil. Until we have perfect knowledge of the universe,
the possibility of our own error must always be considered.
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