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I think that many people think these words without actual interpretations and especially as kids, probably don't get why they have to even be spoken.
They view it like unnecessary etiquette, which they are, like having to preface, "Give me that" with a "please". Is this what you meant with the analogy?
That if one acts with some sincerity, the etiquette is superfluous? If one is able to 'prove' oneself by their acts, who cares if they lack the official certified etiquette, right?
But others reverse it and presume the etiquette is sufficient to qualify one. God changed to good by confusion with other phrases like "good morning" or "good evening".
Note that the pronoun "ye" is used nominative plural rather than "you" accusative plural. I can't prove this one way or the other but the way we use language in all places and times seems to point to this type of language development.
It's like how most human languages around the world relate certain common sounds for similar general things.
Ma, mama, mother, Mary, are feminine mother words likely derived from the first baby sounds. Similarly, words like 'baby', baba, etc, seem to relate to terms in various languages that refer to baby talk, or confusion to understanding as in what babies sound like: barbarian, bar- Jewish for from of of , etc.
I believe that 'good', 'god', and similar words were some derivative northern European assignment word of acceptance, like a "yes" or affirmative Oh wait, 'twas "guda".
For example, the ending '-ed' in Northern European adaptations related to past tense. So one might say he "goed" as in "went" someplace.
It is interesting that you can get a hint of the connections to historical transitions through language as 'meme' markers that hint at the migratory nature of humans across the Globe.
Much of this is no doubt to preserve religion, culture, and political reasons of today. You know it makes sense.
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Official University Certi Sophia Eng Comp I 5 hours ago by cyndigee. I understood that this problem was something that even Socrates suffered and why he was condemned by the majority of his peers.
Is there any possible approach that works without having to degrade oneself to the level of 'sophistry' rhetorical appeals based mostly on emotions, rather than logic.
Re: To what degree can we be 'critically' skeptical without insult? She's been an educator all her life, and to me is a true sweetheart, and I'm pretty sure that she's intelligent enough to know Marge and my views about religion.
So, I avoid insulting her, and I think that she avoids insulting me. I have no problem with taking the kid gloves off when talking to Jesuits or Rabbis, if that's any help with your question.
Don't be insultive, it's not pleasant, and each of us know what it means 2. Don't worry too much about what other people think, even if you think they might be wrong.
It's simply their perspective and there must be a reason for them to have it. You can shorten this with the saying "Put yourself on their shoes" 3.
If you get enganged in a discussion, you're allowed to use rethorical tools. An insult is just an insult. If you use sarcasm, for instance, that's just a way of getting across a point, by highlighting some truth, or exposing the ridiculousness of a position and it can only be effective if it's supporting something thruth.
And that is by definition. If one can't handle sarcasm and fells insulted, then perhaps he shouldn't have engaged in debate.
I'm never insulting, never sarcastic, never take the piss, never demean, and never tell the truth. Works every time. But it still fails. It is like you feel that you are walking on eggs around some people and are forced to be unusually too careful.
I think this happens to many of us here and why I raised the topic. As an analogy, I feel it is like how some schools ban any peanut products for the sake of one potential person who might have an allergy to it.
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