Philosophical Dead-Ends, Pt. 2

Logical Truths (Primitives) Paradox of Material Implication If I were to love you then you’d love me. Or is it the other way around? Weakening If only I loved you. If only you loved me. If you loved me, I’d love you. You’ll love me only if I love you. Excluded Middle What if it were not the case I either love you or I don’t? Of course, I love you. I either do or don’t. Now, a contradiction: so I must not love you. I mean that, I either love you or I love you not. So, another contradiction: … Continue reading Philosophical Dead-Ends, Pt. 2

Philosophical Dead-Ends, Pt.1

what is going on in the color factory of my brain? how is it so? how is it i (i?) have the ability to manufacture the experience of a lightbulb’s cast of golden light onto my golden couch? How, with a brain that is cut off from light? no, not cut off from the light, but how much light gets in? it’s a darkroom for developing not just pictures, but the red light as well? how in the hell? my mind has a body problem. my body is fine, thank you. i just need to listen to late night tales, … Continue reading Philosophical Dead-Ends, Pt.1