Q Looses the 3-D of the M?

Started Jul 23, 2014 | Discussions thread
DMillier Forum Pro • Posts: 20,800
Re: Q Looses the 3-D of the M?

The point I was attempting to make was that the arguments used in favour of (or against) something are not necesarrily the true reasons why someone hold a view. Often it is the other way around: one finds that one holds a view for who-knows-what-reason, knows one ought to be able to justify that view logically, and casts about looking for some plausible, convincing sounding reason, then starts to enthusiastically believe that really is the reason for the belief.

It takes an effort of will to avoid that trap but remembering very clearly the vociferous arguments as to why the Merrill was the bee's knees at launch (because it is crisp and sharp) and now hearing the arguments that the Q is the bee's knees (because it isn't so crisp and sharp but is instead softer and natural), I'm indeed beiginning to wonder...

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