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Jun 11, 2004


phil swain

"some laws are more universal than others." Isn't a law universal or not? How could a law be more or less universal?


Newton's Laws are pretty universal. E=MC2 is more universal. The law of Love is universal.

Thou shalt not kill is a universal law. Unless they are Amelkites, homosexuals, or young women who've fornicated.

Universal, thus, is a gesture, like "perfection." It moves us to something, but alas, we are bound to earth by original sin.

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