> Hi Marsha,
> If this is true, then why are you attaching to the SOPA and IPA stuff?
> Are you saying that you do not (yet) deeply understand your
> My questions were all about moral ranking.
> Does freedom of speech trump ownership of property? What would you
> like to see in the crafting from an MoQ point of view?
> I am trying to tie in your perspective with your actions so that I can
> better understand what you are presenting. I am assuming that you
> walk the talk.
> Thanks for any illumination,
> On 1/19/12, MarshaV <valkyr@att....> wrote:
>> My definition of static patterns of value only deals with the levels in
>> passing by suggesting that they are associated, for pragmatic purposes, with
>> a system of moral ranking. My definition emphasizes, instead, that patterns
>> are interdependent processes, and in actuality there is no independent,
>> inherently existing thing to gain or lose, and no one to gain or lose it.
>> And that an individual's association with patterns is as conceptual
>> construct which is further influnenced by the individual's static pattern
>> history and the present dynamics. If deeply understood, this frees one from
>> attaching to patterns.
>> Sent from my iPad
>> On Jan 19, 2012, at 1:15 PM, MarshaV <valkyr@att....> wrote:
>>> Personally, I think freedom of speech is a higher intellectual static
>>> pattern of value than profit, so the laws to prevent piracy should be
>>> carefully crafted so that, to the highest degree, freedom of speech is
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