Friday, January 14, 2011

Just a reminder...

If Maniac A advocates Idea B, that should never be taken as refutation of Idea B. Bad people can still have good ideas (example: the Volkswagen Beetle). Crazy people will attempt to imitate other people in order to appear sane, and therefore will espouse some of the same ideas. And some maniacs might attempt to apply reverse psychology by outwardly advocating for a cause that they secretly want to discredit.

1 comment:

Michael Enders said...

The reverse is also true. Good and sane people can have terrible ideas. Ideas should but judged on their own merits rather than by who advocates them.

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