Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by river, Jul 19, 2019.
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I agree, River. To infinity ... and beyond (which mean the same thing.) Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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the sqaure circle does not exist.
therefore there is a sqaure circle which is subject to non existence.
therefore the sqaure circle exists also.
Where are my trillions of dollars???
Wow, you managed to misspelled "square" all three times there, bud.
That's an obvious logical contradiction, which means you probably don't understand the basics of logic to begin with.
Providing the existential character of a supermental world is impossible since any materialization of perception, feeling and thought processes falls under the classification of mental or related labels. This includes technical descriptions outputted by reasoning / inferential activity which are blatantly representational to begin with; and historically might have been perversely claiming at times to be capturing the essence of non-mental being or a metaphysical realm. Symbol mediated procedures/affairs have to be manifested (consciousness) like anything else as evidence that they are even occurring, not to mention requiring intellect to create and manipulate signs obeying rules.
The proposal of a supermental world can be made and asserted for _X_ reasons, but it has to remain empty in terms of how it would exist minus outer appearances, sensations, and descriptive representations of humans (and animals?). No "psychological" contamination.
They exist somewhere you can not get to them unfortunately.
It must occur anyway.
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