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On 10/19/01 15:02, Robin Faichney said this-
>It should be very obvious that by "subjective aspects of reality" I do
>NOT mean false perceptions of objective aspects.
There is absolutely nothing obvious about _that_ at all.
Consider yourself as being seen backpedaling mentioning it.
And, that is a most rational conclusion on my part.
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