Two parts: "I know the Noumenon of I" (meditation of Schopenhauer);
and, "I am the only one" (this is illogical; rather, one's Schopenhauerian knowing has no absolute certitude re otherness).
Descartes' solipsism was simply radical epistemological questioning; Descartes intuited or...
George Washington or Abe Lincoln. Would not want to meet a fraud like Jesus of Nazareth who did not achieve anything important.
All the oriental people have blended in and are working hard. Meanwhile the migrant freeloaders are moving in and sitting around collecting benefits or wandering about the streets where you see them.
Most of the winners of the Strong Man contests seem to be Scandinavian/ Icelandic
"Whoever increases his knowledge merely increases his heartache"
"He who learns must suffer"
"Ignorance is bliss"
are all quotes that in varying degrees say the same thing, knowledge leads to suffering.
I've been thinking about these quotes since yesterday.. How correct are...
Right now I'm thinking not philosophically but more politically that much of what the world thinks is going on is a lie by the globalist controllers to keep the world afraid and thereby suppressed.
There are no nuclear bombs because nuclear reaction or atomic reaction has never been accomplished by setting...
Life advice, politics, religion, spirituality, people, work , ect.
a. B1 has a greater number of unexplained anomalies than B2.
b. B1 has a higher number of strong inferential connections among component beliefs than B2.
c. B1 is broken up into separate, inferentially disconnected subsystems, and B2 is not.
d. B1 is less probabilistically consistent than B2.
Yes, you could be obsessed with or about anything, it could be something good or something evil.