>> "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?
>You're free to take it as a nice ornament if it pleases you. Not everybody
>will choose to do so.
>> 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;
>As for relativity being the same thing as relativism, I'll leave you there
>to agree with yourself. No comment on your other propos, I'm no good at
>conversing when a word like "tragedy" (wow!) is used the way you use it,
>given the context.
I think it is a tragedy. You make some very good arguments to challenge
heavy-reasoning Hrant. And then you throw them in the rubbish-bin of "the
absolute power of relativity". You say (to paraphrase): "This is what I
happen to think. But it's just the view from little me from Suresnes. You
can think what you like". Hrant can march on untroubled.