>>26294618 You're right, it's absurd. So is worrying about death, or why we're here, or if there is or isn't a God, or if we exist. All of it is pointless and illogical, we'll never know for certain. We'll never know anything for certain.
If an objective reality did exist, then wouldn't it be almost completely different from what we see? I mean we know that different animals see things in different ways and have other senses. So maybe the world, the REAL world beyond our perception, is completely different?
Objective reality probably exists, but not in any way that lends itself to being experienced. Like the number 2, you can't experience the number 2 outside of it being a quality of something else, or when it's being used as a symbol Also, free will is an impossible idea and everything is deterministic Also, you probably don't exist either
>>26294736 Why do we need certainty in an action for that action to be worth something? Is it not the process of questioning, and striving for knowledge perhaps even more important than the answer? Does the essence perhaps lie in the journey, rather than the goal?
>>26297249 True on Tumblr that is certainly the case if you look up solipsism or monism. In truth though solipsism should be one of the least egotistical philosophies out there, its the unfolding of the ego. The individual is universal and the universal is the individual. The word "individual" means undivided. Individuality is only possible if it unfolds from wholeness. ... Ego-centeredness is not individuality at all.
Those people are basically bastardizing the concept to work for themselves.
>>26297379 You see proof that the world changes when you don't experience it literally every time you go to bed, don't be that faggot who can't infer the obvious reason behind why we experience what we do.
>>26297583 Each of our reality is just a different part of the whole, just as your reality it this moment is different from your reality last night. We are literally all the same consciousness experiencing things separately. No different than each individual experiencing his life as a flow of different moments like frames on a monitor
>>26297544 It doesn't matter if you experienced it or not, that's literally the point he was trying to make, the change still obviously occurred and you are intelligent enough to notice it. Just because your experiences are objective does not make them invalid, there is no need to second guess the foundations of what we know as reality, one of which is that it obviously exists to us.
>>26296307 Idk, I've seem more and more people discovering this. From the psychedelic community getting less esoteric, to eastern and western philosophies coming together, to a more interconnected populous, people are waking up. The cosmic giggle approaches.
>>26297715 >everything from political ideologies to scientific facts are literally just the amalgamation of different realities reaching similar conclusions >people still think a world where all humans have become one united hivemind is a bad idea
I want to become another neuron in the Earth's pseudo-mind already. SINGULARITY WHEN?
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