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So first I want to say how I arrived at this post. Earlier today, I developed a canker sore in my mouth that was bothering me. I went to go get some food and as I was walking to my … Continue reading
This will help structure the foundation of Active Philosophy, taken from Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason: “Accordingly the Transcendental Analytic leads to this important conclusion, that the most of the understanding can achieve a priori is to anticipate the form … Continue reading
What is the point of defining/seeking truth in like of the Hsi-Westbrook Theory of Wrongness? I think that this answer can also be divided, similarly to words/concepts, into the practical (literal) and the philosophical. The response will contradict itself. The … Continue reading
Gottfried Leibniz was a contemporary of Spinoza (they are called the two greatest rationalists after Descartes – read correctly either way) who had reviewed the Ethics but did not agree philosophically on the grounds that it contradicted Orthodox belief. His … Continue reading
Can existence be without inexistence? Can inexistence not be without existence? Is ∞ the same as existence? Is 0 the same as inexistence? That’s all.