Using Your Own Brain

Discussion in 'Comments on Forum' started by Ken Anderson, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Faye Fox

    Faye Fox Very Well-Known Member
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    Aug 31, 2019
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    @Bobby Cole 1+1 can = 3 if you assume another factor is involved. 1(x) + 1=3 and we discover that factor to be 2. That is the absolute of algebra. If the teacher asked young Johnny to approach the board and solve 1+1= and Johnny answers 3 and the teacher says wrong and gives young J an F that would be justified since J made an assumption that wasn't indicated, however, if she says, "Interesting Johnny how did you arrive at your answer?" and young J writes out 1(2) + 1=3. then young J has just made what appeared his opinion a fact and an educational experience.
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  2. Bobby Cole

    Bobby Cole Veteran Member
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    Which, if accepted by the instructor would make the premise subjective. But of course, subjectivity is the new norm whereas objectivity is looked upon as bias. e.g. Is he or she a male or a female? Dunno, it depends on what he or she thinks he or she is today.
    Any other answer is considered bias and highly opinionated with an attachment to one or more phobias.
  3. Martin Alonzo

    Martin Alonzo Veteran Member

    Mar 7, 2015
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    I don't believe in the masks for the covid and I do not go down the street yelling or complaining about others that do.
    On my property a sign was just put up that states.
    Anyone entering this property hiding their identity with a mask will be considered as a criminal and be deal with in that manner. You have been warned.

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