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General Discussion => Community Debates Forum => Topic started by: Mazed1forever on December 26, 2017, 07:09:53 pm

Title: Is it possible that harm can come from submitting to others will
Post by: Mazed1forever on December 26, 2017, 07:09:53 pm
Can harm come from submitting to others
Title: Re: Is it possible that harm can come from submitting to others will
Post by: Natus Regis on February 18, 2019, 12:55:56 pm
Can harm come from submitting to others

Though the starting post is old, let me respond. Perhaps you are still interested.

If I understand you correctly -- you are asking ◇(S ⊃ E)? -- then the simple direct answer is "Yes." We could for example say that there have been cases where someone submitted (willingly or unwillingly) to someone else and some evil resulted therefrom. So the proposition -- ◇(S ⊃ E) -- is true.

Is there a next question having something to do with submitting to God or Christ or something like that? Just wondering.
Title: Re: Is it possible that harm can come from submitting to others will
Post by: Axe Elf on February 19, 2019, 08:41:34 pm
No.  The will of others is always completely benevolent, and therefore no harm can possibly result from submitting to it.

You will now send me five thousand dollars.
Title: Re: Is it possible that harm can come from submitting to others will
Post by: Natus Regis on February 24, 2019, 11:09:33 am
No.  The will of others is always completely benevolent, and therefore no harm can possibly result from submitting to it.

You will now send me five thousand dollars.
I would (obviously) not mind that money, come to think of it. If the money has been sent to you, then send it to me, heh heh heh.