“Civility And The Civilized Man”

Yesterday I wrote about civility, which was very much a post about provoking thought. Proof Positive has an excellent post regarding the same, entitled Civility And The Civilized Man.

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  1. Phil Taylor says:

    The price you pay to live in a democracy is that you do not have the right “not” to be offended. Otherwise those who disagreed with you would simply claim to be offended in order to stifle your point of view. Civility is the exercise of expressing your point of view with the purpose to correct or improve or to make others aware, not to ridicule or insult mock or humiliate simply because you do not like the person or idea that you are criticizing. If your criticism is not constructive, don’t criticize.

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