On Thursday, April 05, 2001 1:30 PM Ross A. Finlayson firstname.lastname@example.org
> > > Others have use for them.
> > Then others will have to speak for themselves.
> Then let them, that's one reason why I said that your statement was
> wasn't a moral or ethical judgment, and it is grammatically true that what
> is fact.
As evidence of your statement, I have use for most of them.
> > > Are you an objectionist?
> > Sounds like another useless hypothesis (Randian in this case).
> > No, I'm an extropic Molloyist.
> Some people are objectivists. Objectivism is thinking that the world is
Not exactly so -- or, at least, in my understanding. However, there are
many types of Objectivists (people in Rand's tradition) and objectivists.
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