Should be obvious that our posting is not the same. Likewise your being dead will not be the same as me being dead. And not only are the perceptions different, the moderator will ban a particular person.melkobukva wrote: ↑Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:26 amNope.
Right now share a forum, i.e. a common social environment. If we start posting racist/misogynistic/pornographic loli images, we'll get banned and won't be able to post anymore. Regardless of our individual perceptions of loli images or the event getting banned.
Similarly, if you and I get a shotgun blast to the face, our individual perceptions are bound to differ, but we'll both end up dead.
Even if you posted a racist remark, and was banned, and i posted the same remark and was banned, the reason would be the same? (one presumes) but the act would not. Which questions the actual reasoning, which is always specific. So sameness is in that "someone was banned for posting a racist remark" - but what actually occurs is "melkobukva was banned for making a racist remark" <> "jliat was banned for making a racist remark" So the rule "Anyone will be banned for making racist remarks" doesn't mean anyone will be banned.. but someone in particular. Concepts are not equal to objects. And of course in real life the laws (of state and science) don't always work.
My racist remark might be overlooked, I would imagine occasionally people shot in the face survive.
'Same' only arises once we generalized different events, which are not the same. Like the 'idea' of species and genus...
And this post changes the forum....