Originally posted by warpcrafter
I think someone is searching really hard for meaning where none exists.
Labels, but who is labelling?
I am fully prepared to admit i may be confused/wrong about some of my personal views.
Are you equally prepared to admit to yourself meaning may exist
Disinformation could be described as promoting as fact no meaning exists.
Saying no meaning exists is the same as saying no information exists
This has nothing to do with language, but with the fact that our spelling system is modular* and people are hard-wired to see patterns. (Example, the
So, you are suggesting people are hardwired to "see" patterns, but not hardwired to produce them?
What makes you think we aren't hardwired to "see" patterns because patterns exist?
When it comes to truth, no matter how hard you try to back up what you say, the perception of truth varies to each and every person.
I think i can agree with that. However, certain truisms may be true, regardless of what the individual delusionary status may be.
Are our actions and behaviors pre-determined by our priorities and intentionality?
Does an individual's priorities and intentions serve as variables that dictate the boundries of their perceptions and imaginations?
I am marginally interested in disclosure, and proving the disinformation agents wrong, but there will always be people** who don't believe
regardless of how well you try to educate them.
Marginally interested in disclosure
DISC LOW? SURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
*excess exclamation points utilized for dramtical purposes.
take your time, no need to be more than marginally interested, especially if it deters from enjoying life.
education is a two+ way street.
a gentler way of looking at it is the sharing of information, be it in the form of a question, inquiry, speculative statement, opinionated statement,
But, you make a few good points. star
*Don't believe me? How many eastern European names are only pronounceable if you pretend there is a vowel somewhere where none is provided in the
yet, even in "other" languages discernable patterns do emerge.