On Mon, 11 Jan 1999 Dick.Gray@bull.com wrote:
> Samael makes a puzzling comment:
> >I just believe there are greater goods than property protection
> >(life protection, for instance).
> Are you saying that your life is not your property?
> You can't divorce your life from the resources that make your life
> possible. It's nonsense to write as if property weren't part and parcel of
> your existence.
> Since property includes life itself, there can be no higher good than
> protection of property.
I don't think that's valid logic:
(A is good) and (A in B) => B is good ???? i don't think so
What seems to me more cohesive logic follows: (A is good) and (A in B) and (bad bits in B kill A) => cut up B into little bits and discard toxic bits into nearest river