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0 Post author: curi 22 November 2017 09:16PM

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Comment author: ChristianKl 03 December 2017 07:35:08PM *  0 points [-]

You wrote on your website:

I made and own the website and discussion group for the book. David is a founder of Taking Children Seriously (TCS) and Autonomy Respecting Relationships (ARR). I own the dicussion groups for both of those, too.

That's your own presenation of your relationship with him.

Comment author: curi 03 December 2017 07:38:10PM *  0 points [-]

That situation today doesn't prevent you from being ignorant of things like timelines. Your claim that "you provided a valuable service to him by organising an online forum as a volunteer and as a result he saw you as a friend who got to read his draft and he listened to your feedback on his draft" is factually false. I didn't run or own those forums at the time. I did not in fact get to read "his draft" (falsely singular) due to running a forum.

You don't know what you're talking about and you're making up false stories.

Comment author: ChristianKl 03 December 2017 07:52:56PM 0 points [-]

You are right that I don't know about the timeline given that it's not public information and this can lead to getting details wrong. The fact that you are unable to think of what I refer to still suggests that your abilities to think in a fact based way about this aren't good.

Comment author: curi 03 December 2017 07:57:18PM *  0 points [-]

That aspect of the timeline actually is public information, you just don't know it. Again you've made a false factual claim (about what is or isn't public info).

You are clinging to a false narrative from a position of ignorance, while still trying to attack me (now I suck at thinking in a fact based way, apparently because I factually corrected you) rather than reconsidering anything.

I've told you what happened. You don't believe me and started making up factually false claims to fit your biases, which aren't going anywhere when corrected. You think someone like David Deutsch couldn't possibly like and value my philosophical thinking all that much. You're mistaken.

Comment author: ChristianKl 11 December 2017 12:41:19PM 0 points [-]

You said you can't deduce something. This means that there's a puzzle that you couldn't solve and it's not a hard problem to solve.