At 08:10 AM 3/5/99 -0500, Jfvirey@aol.com wrote:
>Since the very beginning, I've tried to develop a kind of rational version of
>extropianism (read: "dogmatic"), one that would be immunized against the likes
>of R.A. Wilson or F.M. Esfandiary, one in which no extropian would ever
>proudly claim that "reason is without foundation" or that intellectual systems
>and clear-cut ideas are inherently narrow and dogmatic.
What exactly IS the foundation of reason? [Note that I ask this question as an anarcho-capitalist extropian who thinks that reason is always correct.]
-IF THE END DOESN'T JUSTIFY THE MEANS- -THEN WHAT DOES-