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I have received that mail from StackExchange, and I want to generate confidence acting in coherence with the values of the company stated there; but my comments are often deleted without any explanations and without to listen to any reason. So, I'm shocked to notice how much the thinking of the community (♦?) creeps into my own thinking and I do not know why!
For people who do not know my activity, the following is a list of my selected contributions, the others - even the deleted comments - are pretty similar in style:
But, generally speaking, problems are not rooted in misunderstandings ('long ago' != 'a long time') by distorting or forgetting what words actually mean in everyday use! Furthermore, as far as I concern, you get into trouble by trying to understand words outside of the context of their use in spoken language, as - precisely - the OP said! That being said, I cannot vote up this answer!
Finally an important question about the nature of our perception of shape properties has arrived! But, really, it would take time and mental effort to figure these things out, and, however, there is no reason to doubt about the reference you quoted!
An excellent explanation, expressed in terms that can be understood without the need of lots of philosophical knowledge, but I would express my firmly conviction that 'dialectic' cannot be fully comprehended without an understanding of death and, for this scope, you should have posted another answer to avoid the death of the first @Henrik Erlandsson's comment!
What is wrong in my activity on this site?