what you see
is actually what you don't see.
do you see that?
Im writing a philosophy paper and am having trouble thinking about this question. Is it impossible to completely eliminate uncertainty? Can we know for certain about anything? Any input is appreciated
Then everything on the surface would be destroyed.
Does evil always have mal-intent or is it just a self interest without regard for others?
Are evil forces actively aware(but indifferent) or simple unconscious (and shallow) motions?
I don't believe with logical case analysis we could easily mistake good for bad, however I do believe that through cognitive...
For anything, god, a crime, or whether I’m standing here right now.
I am more than thought. I am the thing which generates thought. I am the invisible nothing. A teeming ocean of neuron animalcules and glial animalcules. An integrated yet isolated population. Like rowers in a ship. Or a fleet of ships.
There is a galaxy in my head. 100 billion or more stars in my head each...
Matter of opinion. I like Bertrand Russell.
It is April 30, 1945. You are working at the suicide prevention center in Berlin. You receive a telephone call from someone who identifies himself as "Adolf." He says that his world is crumbling around him, that all his dreams are shattered. He mentions that he got married the day before, but that has...
Yes. That is why the church calls it your faith. Faith is belief without proof.