[ExI] Fwd: New Article

Sergio M.L. Tarrero sergio.ml.tarrero at mac.com
Tue Oct 9 11:04:57 UTC 2007

On Oct 9, 2007, at 11:45 AM, Stefano Vaj wrote:

> On 10/8/07, Sergio M.L. Tarrero <sergio.ml.tarrero at mac.com> wrote:
>>  I guess, since the definition of homosexual is,
>> pretty much, a man who likes men, romantically/sexually.
> No. Actually, it means one that is sexually oriented towards
> individuals of the same sex (here "homos" is Greek for "same", as in
> "homogeneity" not Latin "homo, hominis" for "man"). One needs not be a
> man, nor a human being for that matter. Nor it is necessary that a
> homosexual actually like, romantically or otherwise, individuals of
> the same sex - exactly as a perfectly heterosexual man can be a
> mysoginist.
Absolutely. Of course. My bad.

>> If your claim is
>> that there are no god or gods to be found anywhere, no clear evidence
>> whatsoever for them, then you're a rationalist, or a realist, or
>> whatever.
> Dawkins and Dennett suggest the word "bright" to define their brand of
> (non-)religious approach.

Yes. And maybe "super" for the superstitious, Dennett suggests ('or  
whatever they wanna call themselves'). This has not been very well  
received, I don't think it's gonna catch on.
> Stefano Vaj
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Sergio M.L. Tarrero

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