|no doubt you view my little comment on this issue as
but if you want to get philosophical about it, it could be
that the judiciary's purpose is to curb chaos.|
To curb this chaos it is not
necessary to school the
participants in relativistic theory that the perception
events is dependent on the observers cultural bias or that
of the same event(s) may be honestly
remembered differently by different
people. These could-be
anomalies are to be resolved in the judicial setting as
matter of course.
But what I really object to is the conclusion by the
purveyor of the relativistic vision of history is this...
the jury were taught enough of this basic
to see that both parties
are right, and both are wrong, and
neither deserve a penny
real world sometimes there really is a bully beating
up on some other kid.
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