Re: left anarchy, right anarchy

Eric Watt Forste (
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 14:49:53 -0700

Estacado writes:
> In my opinion this is what is wrong with ethics and morals. Your
> view of life and human consciousness is so narrow--trying to
> explain the splendor of existence with a weenie roast on Gilligan's
> Island. Shame on you.

Thank you for sharing with us your esthetic evalution of Guru
George's question. Now, might you be interested in replying to
it, or do we need to hang more ornaments about the room first
to make this a sufficiently splendid existence for you to

George's original question (in such dreadful taste) was:
> >Try a change of metaphor and see how it tickles your intuition
> buds: you're shipwrecked, starving hungry, walking along a beach.
> You see a woman roasting a pig. Are you justified in just grabbing
> the pig because her roasting of the pig was an "act of enclosure",
> and therefore a dastardly initiation of coercion?<

I'm a lot more interested in your answer to this question than
I am in your opinion of it.

And furthermore, I think it's nearly impossible to form useful
judgements of the narrowness of someone's view of life and
human consciousness from reading a few ASCII posts of theirs on
the Internet.

Eric Watt Forste ++ ++ expectation foils perception -pcd