Gino Lucrezi (lucrezi@DSIAQ1.ING.UNIVAQ.IT)
Tue, 17 May 1994 19:57:08 +0100
> What I said was: If a BSA policy defines a group of people as "best" then
> those outside that group must be something other than "best", in fact less
> than best.
Ok, but BSA (or any Scout Association, for that matter...) will
always define a certain behaviour (and so a group of people) as
"best", implying that to do differently is less than best. Not
just in the DRP!
> You can't have a "best" unless the others are not best.
> I didn't say BSA was wrong in using the word best -- or that it was right
> either. And I certainly didn't say "any self-improvement ideal is wrong", as
> you have claimed I did.
Ok, so I misunderstood your point, probably.
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