> From: Xiaoguang Li <email@example.com>
> it is clear that the logic of both sides are nearly flawless;
> however, the premises are inductively derived and not subject to algorithmic
> analysis. i'm fairly certain that the premises are self-evident to their
> respective authors, but self-evidence is evolution's quick-fix to limited
> knowledge; at some level, somethings just feel "right" to some and "wrong"
> to others ... a fundamentally emotional evaluation ... subject to
> individual experience, genetic makeup, and all the other evolutionary
So, what do you think will happen/should be done?
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