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Yuken May 25, 2012

D) It doesn't matter if you win, it matters if you convince them that you have won. Everyone plays a different game. If you don't understand the mechanics of the game you'd never be able to teach someone how to beat it. I'm agnostic. I gravitate towards science and logic in belief because that's what I can understand. I don't hold grudges against any religion, because I understand that they believe for reasons that are not logical. I can accept that.

1) I can disprove all of your facts by simply saying. "You are wrong." It really doesn't matter what reason you use or how beautiful your logic is. It's interesting that you don't believe these people are important. It's not about them being weak or worthless. If you had been born in a world of poverty, or rather if you had been raised and taught in "worthless" ways you would also live your life by different weaker standards. If you had never been given a book or taught the proper way you would be far from where you are right now. To claim that people are not important because they are unable to see what you see is just extreme. You find it hard to sympathize because you live in a logical world. As I said before, you are essentially commiting silent genocide. You are so against it right? Why is one form of genocide okay and not the other?

2) From my experience this is also the case. It's why trolling is so effective despite how obvious your troll is. People react to your words and draw conclusions. Some people are simply unable to shut people off. Curiosity is a rather interesting thing.

4) The world would likely advance a lot quicker. We would be able to resolve a lot of unsolvable or far out of the way issues and questions about who we are and where we are going. We would be able to do great things I'm sure. But, I wouldn't want to completely alter the way humanity works in order to get those results. Results that are not honest are not worth the reward. People should reach conclusions because they want to, not because they have been conditioned to believe in logic and order. Such a belief system is so unnatural and inhumane when you really think about it.


Pirosporos May 25, 2012

Stop posting troll comments on other's reviews pls

Yuken May 25, 2012

A) Then you don't understand the main focal point of the argument.

B) But, I like, totally don't think you are right and stuff.

C) Inferior in philosophy? Agreed. Inferior in enjoyment? Absolutely not. In my opinion of course.

D) Why do you hate this word so much? I don't think bias as a word is stupid. The fact that you hate it is actually, bias in itself. It is indeed impossible to have zero bias. But just because you justify it does not give you the right to claim your bias is the proper bias. It's like an argument of religion vs atheism. Everyone believes they are correct, but cannot really convince others that they are right. Arguing logic against belief is just two extreme thought processes that can't ever hope to come to agreement. Do you see why our discussion is similar?

1) You are stating that the truth of the matter is more important than how an individual came to such a conclusion. Where I might agree with truth being important, we will never actually get to the truth if we can't convince people to stop believing that the sun is green. They've been told this their entire lives, you know? How do you know you are right anyway? It's important to take a step down for these individuals and try to convince them otherwise. By your logic, the people that believe in such things aren't important to you. Would you then believe the world to be better if we ignored everyone unable to apply logic to idea? Is that really okay? It's like silent genocide.

2) You'll never make sense of people using logic. Humanity as a whole has done so many things and progressed as a civilization based on emotion. Everyones idea of logic and reason is different. That is why I don't think it is fair to try to make sense of it using my own standards of right and wrong. It's impossible for me to know how someone might perceive things. It's also equally impossible to tell them their perceptions are wrong.

3) Completely and utterly disagree with you.

4) You are just using yet another personal bias to prove why video 1 is better than video 2. You don't value opinion or thought that isn't logically sound and coherent. You want information to be logical and to make sense to you. You want everyone to be at your level and think in the same manner that you do. Why? Is it your misguided belief that the world would be a better place if everyone thought like you? Is it really so bad to let emotion take control of people? Is it really so bad for someone to be unable to apply your definition of logic to ideas?

Stop, just stop. We won't ever hope to convince each other of our viewpoints.

Yuken May 25, 2012

If you think I'm dismissing the focal point of the argument you are wrong. I am merely trying to convey what I've thought from post one. 

1) You just used two different terms to describe the exact same thing. What? Arguments themselves are not pointless.

2) You didn't even try here. I won't accept that as an answer.

3) You didn't answer my question.

I don't apologize. If that makes you impose more bias on what I have said then I might apologize for that though

I don't get what you're trying to convey with the video links. Are you saying that the V for Vendetta video is how you feel? Calm and collected? Analytical? Are you stating that the raging individual in your second link is someone who has too much time on his hands? Seems like you are using bias to say one is better than another. Am I right to think that you feel that behavior in video 1 is better than video 2? I wonder why you think that is...

Yuken May 25, 2012

Heh, going through some posts on AnimeSuki and other various sites I can already spot a few poor logical arguments I can use to call you out on your bias to dismiss your idea of facts. Just looking at one example here,

"This is Devil May Cry meets Naruto. And since I don't like those two shows and the manga is on-going, chances are they will make an anime-only storyline that will end rushed and bizarre. i don't expect something good out of this."

^ You using your personal opinion to compare DMC and Naruto to Blue Exorcist. BUT THEN!

"And as for all of you who were trolled to believe Madoka is to mahou shojo what Neon Genesis is to mecha… wake up."

So, it's okay to compare DMC and Naruto to Blue Exorcist but not Eva and Madoka? How absolutely bias is that? You state what you think and dismiss all other opinion besides your own. I personally believe that the previous statement is a good description. You just want to downplay Madoka being compared to Eva. You want people to realize that Madoka is inferior to Eva in it's thought provoking story and philosophical ending. I agree that Madoka isn't anywhere close to Eva in philosophy, but that is not the point. You just don't see that. You can't.

I can continue and argue various comments you've made on series or inconsistency with what you say. I can provide examples of bias that you impose and how you use it to make your points. What good does that do? It would change neither your perception of your logic nor others opinion of it. There is little point to debating such things. Rather, I wonder why you feel that things need to be certain ways. Making you understand why you feel a certain way is more valuable than debating about facts, which can be debated only through bias. Applying standards to art is bias. If you disagree then well, I don't really know how to react to that.