Enjoy! micgooflander951 month ago (edited)Regarding the “is/ought gap”; there is no objective fact in the universe that suffering ought not to happen, but there is the universal reality that suffering has negative value. If there is any life that you would not want to be forced to live, then logically, you have no ethical defence […]Read More Ongoing Antinatalism/Efilism Discussion
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
SuperSpock22 hours ago (edited)22:44 I’m unclear as to what truth he’s speaking of. I agree that truth as a concept is in the realm of thought. My lack of clarity about his statement stems from the feeling that I’m unsure if he is saying that this other truth ought to be pursued. If so, then […]Read More Metaphysical & Epistemological Discussion, Ongoing?
22:44 I’m unclear as to what truth he’s speaking of. I agree that truth as a concept is in the realm of thought. My lack of clarity about his statement stems from the feeling that I’m unsure if he is saying that this other truth ought to be pursued. If so, then it’s no different […]Read More Other musings regarding the ending of knowledge
When all is said and done, when all is analyzed and scrutinized, there is still the problem of movement. Move in any direction and you acquire knowledge. To end knowledge, movement has to stop. I don’t know anyone else besides me who has felt this in recent times. I see ever more accurate descriptions of […]Read More Ending of knowledge
https://youtu.be/zl0yTN-P0TY Complexity and simplicity are all words. Words are part of language. Language is complex but it’s also the only tool we have. I would say Language and Thought are one and the same. We haven’t made Language purely descriptive yet. Language is Complexity and so is Thought. Why do we have the tendency if […]Read More The first cause and Consciousness
Not all that’s typed is right. Not all that’s “right”, where typed words are concerned are necessarily continuous or even fragmentary. What’s right is in the realm of morality. Morality is neither subjective nor objective. It’s neither continuous nor fragmentary. It cannot be partitioned. It’s not descriptive and thus not prescriptive. Morality is an act […]Read More Dissolving eccentricities and constructs alike in pursuit of clarity.
When I disagree with a certain thing that’s said [(which usually is because I find it erroneous or poorly worded) Now, don’t get me wrong. I am not saying it’s not articulately or eloquently or especially even thoughtfully expressed or communicated in it’s own right.], I immediately retract my attention and devote it to something […]Read More More thoughts, but structured (albeit, poorly?).