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Hi Bill,

Doesn't the idea of "not being a joiner" priveledge dissent over assent in good skeptic form? And good luck on your book, by the way. I look forward to reading it.

Hi Spencer,

I see I forgot to disallow comments on this post. I am closed for comments from here on out, with perhaps an occasional exception.

But thanks for the kind words. I don't think not being a joiner privileges dissent over assent so much as independence over dependence on an institution.

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