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Terry 6 Silver badge

Re: Definition of insanity

A rhetorical point-in-principle isn't meant to be taken as absolute rule. Nor is it valid to attack the principle as if it was posed as an absolute rule.

See also;

The gap between perseverance and perseveration in behaviour may be a matter of degree.

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