OK. I was only trying to put your static patterns approach to work
for current issues. We can certainly try to flesh out your
metaphysics so that it is more intuitive rather than a projection of
"what could be". If you do not want to continue with this "static
patterns" approach I am fine to drop it. I was just trying to create
a discussion around it. No trap was present, I am more interested in
On 1/19/12, MarshaV <valkyr@att....> wrote:
> I have nothing to add to this topic.
> On Jan 19, 2012, at 4:55 PM, 118 <ununoctiums@gmai...> wrote:
>> 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,
>>> a system of moral ranking. My definition emphasizes, instead, that
>>> 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
>>> 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
> Moq_Discuss mailing list
> Listinfo, Unsubscribing etc.
> http://lists.moqtalk.org/listinfo.cgi/moq_discuss-moqtalk.org > Archives:
> http://lists.moqtalk.org/pipermail/moq_discuss-moqtalk.org/ > http://moq.org/md/archives.html >
Moq_Discuss mailing list
Listinfo, Unsubscribing etc.