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    Re: Suicide Rate Increases 30% Since 1999

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    I shall provide some citations for the assertions essential to my claim.

    Firstly, suicide is caused by psychological problems--a fairly clear fact, no? This notion is supported...
  2. Re: Protected Classes: Expand, Reduce or Maintain?

    Alcoholism and political ideology are mutable.

    Genetic disposition for alcoholism is (with current science) immutable, but drinking is voluntary.
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    Re: Suicide Rate Increases 30% Since 1999

    I do not think suicide should be censored in news media and literature; hearing about suicide is like turning off the safety, not loading the gun. There may be a correlation of suicide media...
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    Re: Is Secular Humanism the Answer?

    I viewed the ~13 minute section of the Levin/Berlinski interview linked by PGA2; Berlinksi made some interesting and seemingly reasonable points, but they were a little different then the ones...
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    Re: Is Secular Humanism the Answer?

    Major concession for the following: I have not watched the video, so there may be evidence or arguments presented by Berlinski that I am unaware of.

    Just to clarify, do you mean to quote this as...
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    Re: Who Gets to Choose?

    Legally, the person with the right to choose would be the "woman," if we are to assume that when a court ruling references "woman" that it refers to a legal "woman." If "woman" is legally so then...
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    Re: Is/Ought Problem

    I hold that what "ought" to be, in what I perceive to be the common sense of the phrase, can be derived from fact.

    Nothing inherently ought to be a certain way, because nothing matters. It doesn't...
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