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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    I burned that to make fire when I was 5, It was cold outside.

    Aren't values more like an S thing ?
    s thing? um i grew up with a spanish mother and a russian father. :|
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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    myeah, too me anything that strays too much from some sort of moral relativism is pretty much irrational, including values.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mitzy View Post
    s thing? um i grew up with a spanish mother and a russian father. :|
    Polish parents here. "ur grandpa was a hero, be good, believe in god and all that shit.
    I remember hearing something about honor.
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    [QUOTE=EcK;502359]myeah, too me anything that strays too much from some sort of moral relativism is pretty much irrational, including values.

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    uh not really. just because something is held as a value or moral, it doesnt mean that they dont make sense..
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    myeah, too me anything that strays too much from some sort of moral relativism is pretty much irrational, including values.
    ^This is an example of a value. So everyone has values, really, even you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitzy View Post
    uh not really. just because something is held as a value or moral, it doesnt mean that they dont make sense..
    Of course of course.

    Values are one of those things that save our brains some computation. It's, evolutionary speaking, very efficient in learning adapted behaviors (meaning they survived until now) and speeding up reaction time in everyday situations

    Yet our societies are just too flexible, too large, evolving too fast for values.
    alot of them will, of course, be rather rational, but on the other hand it doesn't make them the only and more efficient method\point of view.

    But the major risk is that rational values are used as a excuse to cover up for the numerous mistakes of the rest, all the bullshit, irrational, unfair things that just stay alive using memetics
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    myeah, too me anything that strays too much from some sort of moral relativism is pretty much irrational, including values.
    well, you're wrong.

    and, everything after, "too me..." in the post i quoted proves it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    well, you're wrong.

    and, everything after, "too me..." in the post above proves it.
    Your arguments ?

    Wondering.

    Am I getting the definition of values wrong or some shit?

    Should I say strong value ?

    And saying I'm wrong doesn't make me wrong. It just makes you suck at arguing.
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