GateKeepers, Chomsky, Strawmen and James Corbet, ´Ít seemed so to him."
I really Like the Corbett Report.
I always Approach it with an open mind and leave it with an open mind and always having visited I have fed my curiosity, I have a similar attitude to Noam Chomsky´s public lectures and writings.Epictetus is a famous stoic philosopher his enchiridion (handbook) offers much practical advice to bearing the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Quite apt to the current discourse is this. 42. When any person harms you, or speaks badly of you, remember that he acts or speaks from a supposition of its being his duty. Now, it is not possible that he should follow what appears right to you, but what appears so to himself. Therefore, if he judges from a wrong appearance, he is the person hurt, since he too is the person deceived. For if anyone should suppose a true proposition to be false, the proposition is not hurt, but he who is deceived about it. Setting out, then, from these principles, you will meekly bear a person who reviles you, for you will say upon every occasion, "It seemed so to him."
On Gate keepers and so Forth I highly recommend this on Line E Book.