Date: Sun 04 May 2003 - 19:09:17 GMT
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Of course, I'm quite sure that Dace's mind is made up, and he will
> > refuse to be confused by facts. It seems that every position of his
> > is held with an emotional, irrational and quasi-religious fervour;
> > those who remember his interminable foisting of Sheldrake's quack
> > pseudoscience onto this list
> Funny, I don't recall this. How can anyone remember something that
> never happened? At no time have I ever imposed my views onto this
> list, on Sheldrake or any other topic. If there's one person here
> who's obsessed with Rupert Sheldrake-- and continually brings him up
> at inappropriate times-- it's Joe Dees. Every time I respond to Dees,
> regardless of the topic, he brings up Sheldrake in a lame attempt at
> "guilt by association," a well-known logical fallacy. Ad hominem, in
> whatever form, is a sign of childishness, particularly when the guilty
> party compulsively repeats it at every available opportunity.
Dace inflicted his 'morphic resonance' obsession for well over a year here, a sad fact to which anyone who suffered through that nonsensical flood can readily attest. And very few manuscripts here ARE solicited; I simply reposted it to demonstrate that I had more than anticipated the line of argument which Dace proferred, and that perhaps he was even inspired to it by my paper, the substance of which I cannot fail to notice that Dace fails to comment upon.
> Ironically, it's Mr. Dees who keeps foisting his unsolicited
> manuscripts onto the list. Yet another example of projection from Mr.
And this from Messianic Megalomania Central! Jeez! That's like the ebon pot calling the stainless steel kettle black.
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