From: Keith Henson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 10 Mar 2003 - 05:08:46 GMT
At 08:51 PM 09/03/03 -0500, Scott wrote:
>It's good to see somebody else recognizing the "how" (proximate) versus
>"why" (ultimate) distinction. I recall, quite a while back, on this very
>list folks not recognizing the *mportance* of "why" questions. IIRC they
>thought "why" questions were meaningless.
You have to understand something a lot deeper to get to the "why" class of
questions. It took years before I realized the connection between drugs
and cults can be understood using evolutionary psychology. Once you
understand that, a heck of a lot of other things fall into place.
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