>Heat to me means heavy advocacy and little or no deep questioning.
>Therefore I distrust HEATED conversations as a place for real learning.
>Is this just semantics? Does Hal mean rigorous and intense when he say
>HEATED? In which case we would be agreeing.
>I dunno. It may just be a boy/girl thing. 'HEATED' and 'sharp' don't sound
>like I want in on the conversation.
Interesting, at least to me, question/comment. To me, heated = energetic.
Sharp = intelligent. But your "point" (dare i say "sharp"?) is well
taken. (But certainly not "dull") Wonder: should we be "warm" but not
heated?, not dull but never sharp?
Lord I HOPE its not so simple (complicated) as a "girl/boy" thing as you
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