|Date:||September 19th, 2005 10:55 pm (UTC)|| |
Will try phrasing this all again, as having read what I wrote the first time it wasn't at all what I was meaning. Argh! words! who needs them anyway? waste of time if you ask me...
Anyway, what I was trying to say. Yes, you can consider inferiourity/equality/superiority in a particular aspect, but how does that reflect on the relationship of 2 individuals as a whole? No two people are equal on every particular aspect, so what makes them equals?
Surely even if they are inferior to you in a certain respect they could easy turn out to be far superior in another aspect which you may not even have considered and vice versa. So perhaps everyone is equal and unequal at the same time. In that, people are superior/inferior to each other, but as we can never know the complete personality of another individual (or even oneself...) we never have enough information to make a full and valid judgement about this.
Or perhaps I've just had too much to drink at work today and am just waffling...
|Date:||September 19th, 2005 10:56 pm (UTC)|| |
hmmm, still not sure that's what I was meaning to write, sounds more like waffle to me....