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November 02, 2010

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Paul Sagar

Socrates: "The unexamined life is not worth living"

Liver of unexamined life: "Yeah, how the fuck would you know?"

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"The notion of democracy as preference aggregation can conflict with the notion of democracy as an idealized rational discourse."

Yes, well, OK. But the latter notion is a silly one, only held by people who've spent too long in places like Harvard and Oxford and who refuse to think about - as oppose to simply read - what they find in things like newspapers.

Iain

A further paradox is to ask whether anyone is really interested in the philospohical question or are really grateful for an opportunity to see a photograph of Rosie Webster in her underwear.

NomadUK

.. sorry, what?

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