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Re: Fourth Insight

>> "Of course" Wil replied. "But the reason that any conflict can't be
>> immediately settled is that one side is holding on to an irrational
>> position, for energy purposes."
>> What a great insight. It appears that people engage in conflict because
>> they want to feel good by the energy they receive by control and
>> winning.
>> Nice hypothesis isn't it?
>> Jim Hawes
>So very true. Not hypothesis, at least not in my experience.
>Diane Frederick

Only partially true, in my experience.  One of the parties in conflict may
simply be opposed to the other's irrational position and unwilling to
modify their morals to accomodate the irrationality.

Floyd Rogers
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