Re: Lorrey's Dreaded Psychoses

Michael M. Butler (butler@comp*
Tue, 08 Jul 1997 19:34:56 -0700

At 07:41 PM 7/8/97 -0700, you wrote:
>If Extropians view capitalism as the only accepted form of spontaneous
>order, then I don't have to think twice about leaving this list.

And if pi were three, calculations would be easy but the ride would bounce.
:) Slow down a little, you might be surprised.

> I'd
>be glad to debate any of you one on one, though.

Hmm. Any of the "us" that doesn't exist?
I'll be glad to speak to you , one on one, whenever that happens.
I see no reason to tilt at the "capitalism is the only accepted form
of spontaneous order" windmill.
Last time I looked, crystal lattices weren't engaged in trade.
Any proposition that easily falsifiable isn't much grist for conversation.

Good luck. May your life serve you.
Speaking only for myself, I'd say that sanity is like courage:
you can never be entirely sure you have it, and you
can never be entirely sure that it's utterly gone.


(A Thousand Plateaus, Capitalism and Schizophrenia: Introduction,
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