Thursday, March 24, 2011

Experiments in philosophy are just thought experiments. And i like to do experiments. Also just explaining the url of the blog: every single time you say yes to something you also say no something else.

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  1. Is this a thought experiment? AM I BEING WATCHED? lol

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  2. We're all being watched. Nah, who knows. Very true, shaman. Followed, looking forward to your posts!

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  3. Reading this shit while baked: bad idea.

    My night is going to be so messed up now, all this philosophy!

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  4. @ moody why is thinking/reading bad?

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  5. Yes indeed! And no to... *mindblown*
    following! Haha keep posting.

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  6. hmmm, interesting thoughts you got goin on

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  7. Haha, nice to hear from a fellow philosophical genius!

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  8. Philosophy is very interesting

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  9. I must say, most experimental form of philosophy is 'psychedelic philosophy'. Read about Learry, Kesey, Kerouac, Huxley, and finally Hofmann :)))

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  10. philosophy....provides mild amusement for brief ammounts of time

    followed

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  11. Interesting take on decision making

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  12. i also enjoy experimenting with my thoughts, philosophy is great

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  13. How does one perform an "experiment" in philosophy? Nothing is manipulated. o.o

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  14. wait for it...
    waaaiiit foor it....

    YES

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  15. @ jamierod.rodriguez its simply a mental exercise, such as the famous schrodingers cat.

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  16. oh trippy! i never thought of it that way

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  17. So to perform experiments in philosophy you don't need anything besides the ability to think? I wonder why people go to college to become philosophers.

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  18. @John I would think one reason would be to learn about the history of philosophy and the different areas.

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  19. Neat concept. I wonder what else you have in that noggin of yours. I've always loved philosophy.

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  20. but if you say no to something.. can you keep saying no to everything? lol

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  21. I totally understand. Like I was on the bus stop the other day, and I was contemplating weather I should go get drunk with my friend's girlfriend or finish cleaning my room and prepare for my girlfriend's arrival.

    By going to her house, without knowing I said no to preparing the house for MY girlfriend. Which was kind of lame..

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  22. @Joel being more concious of your actions and how they effect your life will help you make better decisions.

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