Re: Geddes's 'Moral Perturbation Theory'

From: Metaqualia (
Date: Sun Jul 04 2004 - 03:03:41 MDT

> However the nervous system may be wired in any arbitrary arrangment. One
> persons pain is anothers pleasure. I hate needles and mayonaise. On the
> otherhand some people enjoy being pierced and love mayonaise. You simply
> can't assign a universal label to these things. Name just about anything,
> and I bet I can find someone who loves it or hates it. And some who love
> it because they hate it :)

it is not the item which is liked or not liked that is important, it is the
subjective sensation of like and disklike that is important. the brain of
someone who likes mayonnaise is doing something different than the brain of
someone who doesnt like it, when they both taste mayonnaise....


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