In a message dated 9/30/2003 2:42:35 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> If you get it in right, you can always act smug about how *yours*
> wasn't uploaded with errors in it.
Hah. Nice thought, but I know better than that!
The simple Hippocratic oath - 'First, do no harm' - is a far, far more
radical sentence in the history of thought than it seems. It recognizes the
existance of evil - illness - that in many ways is beyond our control. It is the
opposite of magical thinking, witch-doctor think, which promises to make well, to
cure. 'Do no harm' is the truly radical sentence; 'Cultivate your garden' the
unforgivable one. - Andre Glucksmann
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