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Lou's reply-new poster's perception-which light? wearytraveler

Posted by Lou Pilder on April 1, 2012, at 10:16:20

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-new poster's perception-two standards?, posted by wearytraveler on March 31, 2012, at 12:35:25

> Lou,
> Because each question (A-D) ask "can" or "could" in reference to the thoughts of a hypothetical or actual group of readers, the answer to each question is yes. Even if the thoughts weren't rational, they could be thought. A person might even rationally think the thoughts you suggest.
> Question D seeks an answer that informs a broader scope. If we take the simplest description of rhetorical "light" to be either a positive or negative light, the answer would be that Judaism could be cast in light anywhere along that scale, depending on how the reader parses the comments, and how much confidence they afford reasoning underlying the comment.

You wrote about the light as to being either positive or negative or between those bounds.
But there could be many posts that encourage a type of thinking to the members/readers here by the nature of that many posts of the same nature could make what is there more confirmed as to which end of the continuim, (a positive or negative light) could be depicted about what is in question here. Here is a situation that I find myself here. Then if members are encouraged to (redacted by respondent), I am wondering if a poster like yourself that could see what can be seen here, that has not been a regular poster could post any comments about.
The sitution is that there is a list in the following post that my concern is about #5 in the second list. Then I request from Mr. Hsing concerning that. If you could examine the two posts and post any comments from your perspective, I would then be able to post my response to what you post.
The two posts are by going to the search box at the bottom of this page and putting in:
[faith, 378930] and the phrase [a good battle} will be in the subject line
[admin, 1013840] and there wil be {urlyehbul} in the subject line.




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