does each function in the mind work independently of the others? no. how will you be able to test this without bias from other functions? without bias from measurement instruments? in quantum physics they stumbled on the same problem, what makes you so certain you won't?I'm in favor of decoupling the poles,
and testing each function independently.
That's hardly unreasonable.
see my first statement in this post. i don't have a problem with accuracy, i have a problem with people that do things for the wrong reasons.If you have a problem with my demand for accuracy, I don't really care.
You and I have different priorities.
based on the quote below, you seem to be eager to prove your worth. ironic for someone who just stated the quote above.Great-- an egomaniacal child who wants to slam his dick on the table,
and start measuring.
what makes you think this is right? could it be a ruse? could it be a mask? could it be any of the millions of variable reasons out there?Kiddo, your lazy ass can't even capitalize your I's in writing,
much less lead anything.
you can understand my statements well enough to respond to them, whether my i's are capitalized or not. if anything, my grammatical job is done here.
you could go a lot further if you had direction, but for as long as you're afraid of taking any, you'll be stuck as a grumpy paranoid megalomaniac without merit or proof to show for whatever statements you utter. you think you can lead; hell, you think you can do anything or be anyone? feel free to prove it. i have seen nothing good come from you on this board yet.