A non-realist philosophical take on the phenomena known as The Mandela Effect. The Mandela Effect is a phenomena in which some basic change in perceived reality is claimed by multiple witnesses. Popular examples include people remembering the Berenstain Bears once being spelled Berenstein Bears, or Interview With The Vampire formerly known instead as Interview With … Continue reading Non-Realism, Intersubjectivity & The Mandela Effect
Examining the fundamental issue inherent in all claims of determinism.
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'?
The fundamental premise about the nature of realty that philosophers call realism permeates almost all human belief systems, including religion, science & spirituality.
Looking for external causes to the effects we experience internally requires making an assumption about existence that is also the basis of every religion.