contradictions they haven't resolved or even thought about yet. As long as you're willing to confront them, that's part of personal growth. So, that's not my problem with Will per se. I have a problem with his air of moral superiority (justified with a dash of semi-legitimate factoids of history) and his desire to implement his measure of moral certainty on people using the coercive powers of the state. Which is always a good idea, obviously.
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