The color wheel is one of the few finite axioms that arises from human experiences, but rather than suggesting realism or objectivism, could it be evidence of the problem of 'complete knowledge'?
Regardless of the extremely low probability of this turning out as he hopes it will, Sing winds his ways through the long corridors leading to the lab where he was born to share his revelation with his creators. The most likely outcome is that the information will be interpreted as a glitch, and the well-meaning … Continue reading Theoretically Jumping In Front Of A Bus
"Wow, you weren't kidding, you really can see ten times as many stars from here," Sati marveled to her companion. "I don't think I have seen anything even close since my family went on vacation to New Mexico when I was fifteen." "You didn't think I would drive us all the way out here if … Continue reading Everything In A Thought
The fundamental premise about the nature of realty that philosophers call realism permeates almost all human belief systems, including religion, science & spirituality.
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