When you disagree strongly with someone, are you tempted to say that they are crazy? Isn’t this one of the most common insults you hear? It very rarely applies in context, but what could cut to the core of identity more quickly in a culture that prides itself on rational intellect? The premise of the insult is that no reasonable person with access to the same facts could come to a different conclusion, but they are as entitled to draw their own conclusions as you are. I gave you strong admonition not to call your brother a vain fellow or a fool. Can you see how the same arguments apply to calling your brother crazy?
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