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About XV44

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    Vita est militia super terram.-

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  1. time for a pic for your avatar :nice:

    see guidelines for the new Height/Width measurement

    1. XV44
    2. Sarea


      Looking good :)

      Ps: finally had my BFC after more than a week

  2. Everything alright, J?

  3. http://intjforum.com/showpost.php?p=4684255&postcount=1904

    What was the pic in the top picture? I didn't manage to see it

  4. How are you, J?

  5. Give me time before i can reply your PM. lots of issues i want to tackle in there

  6. well said, J. Welcome back, and stay longer this time please ;)

  7. I don't think any one person can be deserving or undeserving objectively. It will all depend on the moral filter you wish to apply in order to judge whether someone is within the parameters a given society might deem fit as deserving or undeserving. It's something that varies from culture to culture, and even within a single culture, from one moment in time to another. I am not a believer that there are any objective values in nature, which is not to say that we don't need to create them. We would not be able to have an organized society otherwise, but it's really just a construct which a sufficient ammount of people agree to abide by. On the other hand, there are given points at which these constructs do intersect with nature, but mainly from a purely utilitarian perspective. In your example of the lions, they will refuse to help the selfish because that behavior will be the least useful to the group, and therefore it will not add to the chances of survival of the whole. I think this relates more to convenience than to adherence to any ideal though.-
  8. Embrace privileges, they are only ever transfered by one group to another anyway.-
  9. After a quest that took place over a span of 20+ years through several countries and continents, I can safely answer that question: No.-
  10. That makes two of us ;)

  11. Haha, weeeell... ;)

  12. Yeah, the turtleneck just screams "I operate a laser torture chamber 9-5"

  13. more attractive as you get older :)