Date: Mon 18 Nov 2002 - 00:17:57 GMT
> I don't advocate isms, but look at tools and techniques.
> Multiple points of view is an invaluable, essential
> technique. You cannot build a house without giving
> at least three views, Plan, Front Elevation, and Side Elevation.
> But, multiple points of view must not be mistaken for license
> to misunderstand what is seen from any point of view or
> mislead others about what is seen from there -- all of which
> cultural relativists like to do, and apparently feel a right
> to do. http://www.SocialTechnology.Org/pofv.html is an old
> page on this, but doesn't emphasize enough that you must
> be accurate about what you do see from your point of view.
> dpw http://www.SocialTechnology.Org/dpwilson.html
Inclusiveness is a critical criterion; if a can include B, but B cannot include A, then A is more evolved, if one considers our political history to have evolved in the direction of greater personal freedom and choice.
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