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PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:55 am
by strachs
Again, thank you Ben.

I don't have the older books. What is the Law of Resolving Tendencies, and what makes it a law?

Without knowing this, it seems like the answer to "why do flat-lying LS's resolve to sharp-lying LS's?" is just: 'because they do'.

I know that's not your answer to that question, so could you shed a little light on the Law of Resolving Tendencies for me/us?