Re: Rohrlich/Zias celibacy

Anthony Dauer (jackechs@MAIL.EROLS.COM)
Mon, 8 Jan 1996 22:12:47 -0500

How my comment got mixed up with that of Zias? I don't know, I was thrown
onto the pyre with the rest of the witches. I never defined anyone's
comments as "radical feminist" ... my comment was directed at the idea that
any of the comments being made were "radical" in anyway ... that in fact
they were just opinions or statements of fact. My pessimism ... the fact
that I've had to defend myself in numerous messages for going against a
negative commentator.

At 09:04 PM 01/08/96 -0500, Ruby Rohrlich wrote:
>How did your comment get mixed up with that of Zias, then? And how did
>your definition of my comment as "radical feminist" have anything to do
>with the substance? And why all this should have led to your pessimism
>as to our future I don't know. Ruby Rohrlich


Anthony Dauer

Psychopathic killers, however, are not mad, according
to accepted legal and psychiatric standards. Their acts
result not from a deranged mind but from a cold, calculating
rationality combined with a chilling inability to treat
others as thinking, feeling human beings. Such morally
incomprehensible behavior, exhibited by a seemingly normal
person, leaves us feeling bewildered and helpless.

Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths
Among Us, 1993. Dr. Robert D. Hare. First Pocket Books
trade paperback printing July 1995.