[extropy-chat] Does international law exist and is it in the interests of US citizens?

Mike Lorrey mlorrey at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 16 03:26:20 UTC 2004

how can intl law bein yr self intrst if you never read them?
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> Good to see you posting again John.
> Do you think that international law exists? I do although I think it
> farcical at present because not enough people in the US (the world's 
> most powerful nation state) see that it is in their personal selfish 
> interest.  If I recall you used to argue that the only laws were 
> scientific ones. Which made me wonder about you views on contract
> If you do, do you think the development of perhaps some minimal level
> international law is in your personal interest?  
> Brett 
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