> ...arguing that revealing who was responsible
> really would have been the right thing to do.)
Quite so, for it would also have eliminated the suspicion (that some list
participants may have harbored) that there was actually no culprit to lynch
because the incident was contrived. I'm not saying it was contrived,
understand, just that revealing the identity of the accused would have
deflated any suspicion that it was.
Useless hypotheses, etc.:
consciousness, phlogiston, philosophy, vitalism, mind, free will, qualia,
analog computing, cultural relativism, GAC, CYC, and ELIZA
Everything that can happen has already happened, not just once,
but an infinite number of times, and will continue to do so forever.
(Everything that can happen = more than anyone can imagine.)
We won't move into a better future until we debunk religiosity, the most
regressive force now operating in society.
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