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Reason -vs – Reality (R&R)

For those of you who may not be sure of the meaning, you can go to the on line dictionary and find the condition and definition known as "peripheal neuropathy." (A disease or degenerative state of the peripheal nerve in which motor, sensory or vaso motor nerve fibers may be affected and which is marked by muscle weakness and atrophy, pain and numbness.) Having said that I move forward with a statement and question. If you have read the definition of "peripheal neuropathy" then we all can agree that there are many who experience this condition physically. Question – Has anyone ever given thought to the possibility that if, over a period of time, one comes to to know that polygamy is a Biblical fact, is there anyone who may now consider the possibility that they can have cause to consider the term "peripheal neuropathy of the heart??


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Reason Magazine article

Kind of annoying to find this in a libertarian mag, even though it’s 4 years old.


He misses some crucial evidence in my opinion, I’ll leave most of the details to you.

"Losers would understandably burn with resentment" – I tend to think the more salient point is "Potential losers would realize they need to shape up to win a wife."
And while focusing on that potential pitfall, he conveniently ignores the very real shortage of men who wish to marry, especially over the age of 30, as compared to women, today. What do those ‘losers’ (women who have to do without) burn with? Or is that not important since the left out women don’t tend to tear things down and run wild? Grrrr.

And in a proper functioning society the incidence of plural marriages would be small enough, and offset by earlier-dying men, that I think ‘zero sum’ wouldn’t be much of an issue.


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