How To Have Productive Philosophical Conversations

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Synthesis
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Re: How To Have Productive Philosophical Conversations

Post by Synthesis » July 18th, 2017, 12:12 pm

Scott, although I am sympathetic with your intentions, reality suggests that the best you can hope for is as much freedom as is possible. Top down management only works for the few, and then only until they trash the place.

All experience must include the bad with the good, otherwise, you will end up with what you see on television.

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Re: How To Have Productive Philosophical Conversations

Post by -1- » August 23rd, 2017, 9:56 pm

This has been the best managed philosophy site of those with general admittance of members.

Your plea may be true, but empirical studies made on this site prove the opposite of your claim, Synthesis.
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Re: How To Have Productive Philosophical Conversations

Post by Burning ghost » August 23rd, 2017, 10:21 pm

How to have a productive philosophical conversation?

Converse with people who are philosophically productive.
AKA badgerjelly

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