what was the method used to instill ethics and moral that you experienced?is there a problem answering the question?
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I’m not the one here who has a problem answering questions. I told you how I formed my morals and on what they are based. If you want me to describe the actual method I used then I would say it is probably the same method used by most people when they learn how to behave: I observed the reactions of people to my behaviour and the behaviour of others. It doesn’t take long for a reasonable person to discover what behaviour is considered acceptable and what is not.
wow, that is amazing.
receiving an education without educators.
continue to elaborate, please.
Of course, that all depends on the culture and society in which one is raised, which is why I wondered what sort of culture and society breeds people who choose to murder schoolchildren three times more often than the rest of the world combined.
yeah, close your eyes, change borders, compartmentalize.
see you don't have to be part of society or culture.
you can say this is not "my" culture and claim innocence.
I see how it works now, thanks.
Now, how about you answer my questions to you. Do you think my gun restriction proposal is reasonable, desirable or feasible?
Obviously not reasonable, desired by some, and legal restrictions on guns won't eliminate murder.
Would you vote for it?
If not, what are your objections?
Because, it is a red herring and irrelevant.
All I’ve received from you so far on that was the vague term “personal freedom” and a straw man argument.
right, I guess I am in the wrong thread.
shit, here is a strawman argument:
You believe that guns cause murder.
If there weren't any guns there wouldn't be any murder.
I then asked you other questions in an attempt to better understand your position and you’ve been evading those questions consistently. Are you in favour of any restrictions at all on gun ownership?
What are they?
Do you acknowledge that restricting gun ownership reduces gun deaths?
so less people dying by gun inflicted injury is the best we can do...
alright, somebody has to die... who is it going to be?
yes, I noticed the word "reduces".
Do you acknowledge that we have never had a system of education or therapy that prevents people murdering each other?
yes, and you haven't died yet and neither have I.
Do you acknowledge that we still don’t have a method of reliably identifying mass shooters before they begin shooting?
Quite obviously everybody has the potential to commit murder.
here is a scenario:
premise: mass shootings are going to happen.
premise: this random guy is going to be the shooter:
and the premises are factual and a permanent fixture of reality.
I can elaborate on all that is mandatory for the shooting to occur, but I really don't want to.
heck, it is just a scenario.
Obviously, neither of those has been discovered yet because we still have mass shooters.
Yeah, murder sucks.
I’d like to hear what you propose as solutions to those two problems and how and when you think they could be implemented.
education and therapy.
In the meantime, don’t you think a reasonable way to reduce the number of gun deaths would be to restrict access to guns?
yeah, but the elimination of murder is the priority in my actions.