Can you lighten up a little? You’re making me gruesome too. All I wanted initially for you which later on became a need was to set you free. I use “was” in the sense that everything I tried to communicate was goodness and innocence which was in a way painfully put to the test since […]Read More For Alex. All facades dropped.
A couple nights ago, I found the solution for The Problem. It’s in my being. I need to realize it. I forgot how I got there. This is the case with everything I do. I don’t remember a darn thing. Memory is only perfect when you aren’t aware of how or when it operates. That […]Read More I solved it.
If a fragment can appear anywhere in a causal chain then does that mean that communication between closed systems is possible? But, that doesn’t make sense for one obvious reason. Causal “chain” implies there’s a link between events that are causally connected. But, then why is there a chain? Sequence is sensible. We make sense […]Read More Communication (part 3)
Is essence contained by form or in other words does form embody it? Or are form and essence inseparable? Is form a property of essence? If so then form can be observed. But, what is essence? Can it be felt? If so then essence can be manipulated by extension of the senses. What is matter? […]Read More Essence
I don’t ignore anyone EVER. What I do looks like ignoring but it’s actually an act of patience. I let other people’s psychology reach out to match mine in understanding and wisdom. I am trying to communicate. Once the link or the causal chain is established, you’ll be rewarded with a smorgasbord of sensations and […]Read More Ignoring or Inspiring people?
Emergent Causation & the Philosophy of Mind (David Papineau) – YouTube What neuroscientists study in the labs is not Consciousness but the mind. They equate physical and biochemical processes to Consciousness. That’s the blunder; a confusion of terms, definitively speaking. Consciousness and mind are separate. Consciousness is embodied whereas minds may emerge. I’d attribute to […]Read More Consciousness
I once said I don’t differentiate between Thought and mechanism. But, I’d like to add more context to present it in a descriptive way. I don’t think anymore that thoughts as we know them or speak of them and deal in them are actually objects in the real sense. I think Thought is a structure […]Read More Thought
What is knowledge? Well, explanations surely lie in the realm of knowledge. But, what would a pure description look like? If you negate language entirely then what’s there to be described? So, a pure description if there is such a thing would be the Act of meditation.Meditation would involve description of sorts in the purest […]Read More Negating Language
Sets or classes and numbers and functions were the abstract objects discussed in this video but here in my blog post I’ll specifically address numbers. Looking at it from a certain perspective it makes sense but this point of view leaves out the role of underlying reality in what deems the actual. Now, I’m sure […]Read More Abstract objects as real objects as per Quine (recently edited and more text added)
Thinking/Thought contrasted against Consciousness is typical to be considered limited in scope and use. But, in actuality they’re both radically different from each other. The former is a movement while the latter is creative. Consider the analogy of Thinking as the space within a circle that’s expanding thus increasing the length of the circumference indefinitely. […]Read More Defying boundaries as opposed to stretching them