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Old February 7, 2012, 12:17 PM   #44
Glenn E. Meyer
Join Date: November 17, 2000
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My intensive training in psychology delves beneath what leads to various philosophical positions. Many traditions have long histories but that does not mean that they cannot be understood for what processes generated them. We are creatures of our evolution and experience - plus their interaction.

Nor does a long belief tradition mean they are useful in modern society.

I like
primal urge in line within antigun philosophy
- it explains it well. You are free to disagree with that view. If you find it offensive, that it the way of the world.

My opinion, I state them! I will not agree with property bans based on an argument used by the opponents of gun rights. You are free to do so. You are on stronger ground with the property rights argument. If you don't want to understand why it is important to human psychology - that's your free choice also.
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