[QUOTE="fl4tlined"]but whats the point of desire where does it originate from i almost feel bad for rapist or serial killers because arent there opinions just as valid as everyone elses its just society has opinions which they as a whole find valued but even those crumble over time very short increments of time compared to the big picture so when a person has a desire to rape someone the person being raped has the opinion of not wanting to but overall isnt the rapies physical force over the raped just another way of changing opinions? im only thinking about his logically not that i wish to rape or kill peopleghoklebutter
Desire is a fancy word for "want", a word that can't easily be expained. You want pizza. You might want ice cream as well. What does "want" mean to you?
Just because they have opinions, doesn't mean that they are necessarily better. If I can prove that my opinion is right - in this case, rape and murder are bad things - the other person's opinion is void and null.
And no, a rapist raping a another person is not raping because he wants to change her opinion on e.g. forced sex. Many rapists simply crave power by humiliating their victims. In any case, it's not a matter of persuasion. but how can you just prove someones opinion null and void if they technically believe they them self have the right opinion even after all this is done what your saying is that your opinion is no longer a opinion but is now a fact by saying rape is bad now that there opinion that its null and void... thats like saying the sky is blue thats a fact you cant have a opinion on something that is already there thats just dumb and ignorant right? but rape isnt just there i mean it use to be acceptable to go rape a village of people back in the day after taking it over but now it isnt socially acceptable so it isnt a fact therfore there opinion isnt the right opinion at that time and place.. but yes i will say you did prove me wrong with your third paragraph that there is actually a fact
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