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Re: A guide on setting up C/C++ development environment for Emacs

From: Marcin Borkowski
Subject: Re: A guide on setting up C/C++ development environment for Emacs
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2014 20:27:48 +0200

Dnia 2014-08-29, o godz. 14:15:48
Jai Dayal <address@hidden> napisał(a):

> How is it different? One can't be more of X without resulting in being
> partially X. One is either a bigot, or they aren't, so yes, he is
> saying scientists are bigoted.

Ah!  Now I get it.  You seem to be reasoning in binary categories.
Either you are a bigot or not.  Either something is science or not.
Let me extrapolate a bit: either someone is an idiot or a genius.
Which one are you?  (SCNR...)

And putting irony aside: *if* you claim that if someone is even *a
tiny bit* bigoted, then he can be called a bigot, could you please
tell me who is *not* a bigot?

And here's a solution to your exercise: Rusi also said "in my
experience", which you conveniently omitted from your "quotation", and
also he used the words "scientific types", which is not exactly the
same as "scientists" - as you "quoted" him.

And, you silently ignored my second question.  How convenient.

> Faith is believing that something is true, regardless of what the
> evidence clearly spells out. How is that not idiotic?

I have to admit that it is the first time I see this definition of
"faith", and I wouldn't agree with it.  This closes the discussion (I
hope so at least, I have some work to do, you know).


Marcin Borkowski
Adam Mickiewicz University

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