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    Alignment flawed?

    Some of us seem to have different views on exactly what about a person
    is referred to as "lawful" or "chaotic". Maybe these words themselves are
    somewhat misleading. The word "chaos" has always had bad connotations,
    especially. The words are not even opposites--like good and evil. The true
    opposite of "chaos" is "order"---but "law" refers to the way a government
    interacts with its citizens(or subjects, whatever).

    So, If I may ask, do we mean "lawful and unlawful", "collective and
    individual", or "predictable and random"?


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    Alignment flawed?

    > So, If I may ask, do we mean "lawful and unlawful", "collective and
    > individual", or "predictable and random"?

    From my point of view, it's mostly "collective and individual", but
    "lawful and unlawful" and "predictable and random" feature as well,
    though to a lesser extent.

    - the Falcon

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