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Re: What is the main problem?

May 03, 1998 03:33 PM
by Martin Leiderman

Dear Kazimir,

On THE MAIN PROBLEM, in my opinion is:
Why is it that every human being has a  "main problem." And there cannot
be any agreament on it.

If what I said is true, there is no a Main Problem, but a series of main
problems, all of them threaded by the issue of being a main problem. You
may group them in Main Problems but not the MAIN PROBLEM. Problem
depends on the beholder. There is no Real Issue in the World.

Also, Platon says that you shoud not define any mayor issue, Idea nor
Virtue. You will fail at it.

Martin Leiderman
in Los Angeles CA

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