>> But as you show in this sentence, and in your strong arguments (I think I
>> agree with all the rest of what you say), relativity does *not* have
>> absolute power.
>It has absolute power over me. I wasn't mentioning the power it could have
>on other people, which is none of my business. Besides, I was talking about
>"relativity" and not "relativism" about which I know nothing.
But you chopped out some things I went on to say, including:
"By your own definition, your views could have no meaning for us, except as
a sort of nice ornament."
Are you happy with this description?
The tragedy of your dogma about "relativity" (the same thing as
"relativism", let's agree) is that it denies all the interesting and
persuasive things you say, such as;
>But I don't see how associating femininity with comfort and
>masculinity with pain (for instance) can be thought of as standing on solid
>ground. I don't even understand it.