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googlismrulez November 4th, 2010 11:31 PM

Anti-Nongooglism
 
I just hate people who are against Googlism :arrgh: . If you agree, post here explaining why you hate Nongooglism.

Will. November 5th, 2010 04:30 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
I just hate,

Saicho November 6th, 2010 02:03 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
1. Because they worship Yahoo, Altavista, or some other search engine
2. Because they support censorship
3. Because they hate math
4. Because they hate electronics
5. Because they use Google anyway despite saying they're anti-googlists

Maybe I'll give more reasons later if I feel like it

googlismrulez November 6th, 2010 09:29 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by Saicho (Post 156568)
1. Because they worship Yahoo, Altavista, or some other search engine
2. Because they support censorship
3. Because they hate math
4. Because they hate electronics
5. Because they use Google anyway despite saying they're anti-googlists

Maybe I'll give more reasons later if I feel like it

Exactly my point.

sam the moderately wize November 8th, 2010 01:13 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by googlismrulez (Post 156552)
I just hate people who are against Googlism :arrgh: . If you agree, post here explaining why you hate Nongooglism.

I endeavour never to hate, especially people that I haven't met.
Forgive them, Google, for they know not what they do.

googlismrulez November 8th, 2010 10:12 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by sam the moderately wize (Post 156585)
I endeavour never to hate, especially people that I haven't met.
Forgive them, Google, for they know not what they do.

I can't forgive people who come to this forum just to talk trash about us.

sam the moderately wize November 10th, 2010 11:24 AM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by googlismrulez (Post 156589)
I can't forgive people who come to this forum just to talk trash about us.

I endeavour to. We should not reply to hate with more hate.

Being a hard determinist, I believe that nobody can be blamed or praised for their own actions and inactions, their exellencies and failings. Such things derive merely from the action of chance and the forces that underwrite the development of the universe. It is not the idiot's fault that they are an idiot, just as it is not the fault of a blonde person that they have fair hair. It is simply how things are.

Sister Faith November 11th, 2010 08:53 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by sam the moderately wize (Post 156607)
It is not the idiot's fault that they are an idiot, It is simply how things are.

What an interesting philosophy! Can you expand on this?

I believe that no one can help how they are born. But they can help how they turn out as an adult. If you are born an idiot and have the capacity to change that even a little bit but don't, how does that absolve you of fault? :shrug:

googlismrulez November 13th, 2010 12:07 AM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
I guess that's true. Once an idiot, always an idiot.

sam the moderately wize November 14th, 2010 12:45 PM

Re: Anti-Nongooglism
 
Quote:

Originally Said by Sister Faith (Post 156608)
What an interesting philosophy! Can you expand on this?

I believe that no one can help how they are born. But they can help how they turn out as an adult. If you are born an idiot and have the capacity to change that even a little bit but don't, how does that absolve you of fault? :shrug:

I'm a hard determinist, so I believe that there is no such thing as free will, and that if there is no free will, there can be no moral responsibility.

If I were to deliberately pick a child that had an inborn capacity for being an idiot and then to control their environment in such a way that they could not help but be an idiot, right up until they are an adult, by which time they are so entrenched in their idiocy that they cannot escape it, it would not be their fault that they were an idiot. In the same way, it is not the fault of an idiot that they have become (and remain) an idiot, as they have an inborn capacity for it and/or suffer from an environment that amplifies this capacity, and that reduces their ability to help themselves.

I would also like to draw a distinction between my determinism and full-on fatalism. Although I don't think that the idiots we already have should be blamed for their condition, I think that society should do its best to create an environment and an education system that tries to prevent its people becoming idiots.


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