The Hard Problem of Consciousness has become the ultimate arbiter on the nature of reality in the last few decades, but the question itself is far from neutral, and loaded with assumptions and suggestions. The Hard Problem of Consciousness (HPC) was conceived of David Chalmers in 1995, and has become the gold standard for weighing … Continue reading The Hard Problem of Consciousness Is A False Dilemma
A new study of the language habits related to depression reveals that happiness is a reward for the small-minded and unjustifiably assured.
Many people use 'logic, reason & rationality' to justify their beliefs by mistaking attempts to think critically with objectivity itself.
The strength in the scientific method lies not in its ability to discover, but to create.
People who make absolute claims about belief, and then claim to be above it, are suffering just as equally from unrecognized self-delusion as their rhetorical targets.