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summa logicae

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Kindness of strangers.
« on: May 28, 2018, 05:20:06 PM »
Ever amusing, the court jester of philosophy strikes again. In his recent video, Molyneux claims to not do the precise thing he is doing around 13:20--"I have never relied on the kindness of strangers." As a matter of course, he refuted his own assertion ahead of time around 6:05 by panhandling. He's made the same case before, saying that what he does has real objective value, and deserves support; But I haven't heard him put this asinine reasoning so baldly before. In any case, it works, proving that some perverse imp governing human stupidity has not lost its sense of humor.

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Re: Kindness of strangers.
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2018, 03:47:15 AM »
Typical of him and the people who listen to him, I think.

The best explanation I see for this level of confusion, in listeners at least, is high anxiety. Most likely from PTSD-like effects of childhood abuse and neglect. That's how I make sense of the fact that I could get fooled by his facade, in 2009-11. I'm interested in other likely explanations, if anyone has any!
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