Do you think like this?
Here is how I think.
I think I overthink... you tell me
So I think about language,
a communicative process between
2 or more things that ends with a result.
It could be humans talking, dancing, painting.
Or flowers blooming and bees collecting.
Atoms communicating to create molecules.
I think everything in reality is constructed
from language...I mean reality as in
everything that exist, including
I don't think consciousness is a divine
special thing in reality...instead I think it
is just another construct... I mean you need a lot of sensing and thinking to be conscious..so it is a construct of these things at least.
But then I think about the expression created from these communications.
They seem random and often
misunderstood. But besides all of this
where do they come from?
I mean does the idea of yahoo answers exist outside of it's time in our reality?
It could...the expression for yahoo answers is built on binary code... the expressed reality in already a known idea...the binary just displays the idea.
Thus, maybe all expressions are known to
be before their time of existence within
Idk for sure... but this is how I think
what mental disease is this?
- peter mLv 64 months ago
If you are asking for a diagnosis then it's likely that you are able to
correlate belief in the truth of autonomous, independent knowledge^.
So please be aware that the CURRENT & past subjective philosophy
is still being naïvely practised, and damning-to-known-rationality with
the example of "induction" the current epitome of irrationality.
I could go into realistic evidence of that with typical commentators
answers here.. & suffice it to say that IN Philosophy if such
"subjective philosophy" commentators HAVE NOT ASKED ANY
pertinent actual philosophy Questions then they can be assumed
to be such naïve practitioners...
We all were once practising subjectivists back in OUR CHILDHOOD..
until the maturity of more serious & adult philosophy learning work
"took over" so to speak.
The unfortunates are the ones who could not "break free" then of
their childhood behaviour.. & in particular their naïve subjective &
relativistic (knowledge) tendencies.
Objective philosophy then should not normally lead-into any "mental
disease" as far as I am aware - & contributors should be aware of
the now-popular-Political philosophy crude distinction of "fake news"
which could well see that description wrongly applied to good work
or good works.
A reasonable Place to look for current objectively critical work either
in philosophy or the other "humanity disciplines" would be in the
area called "Environmentals..", like Environmental Philosophy et al.
But BE AWARE that the corresponding works in similarly known
areas like the PHILOSOPHY OF the Environment may not be a
good place for, shall I say the more rationally sensitive student to
investigate (& then to learn from so to speak).
But hey... good luck with your method-of-thinking & "objectifying"
in your own search for & discovery of better type knowledge,
whatever subject area that may be in.
^ NON RELATIVE knowledge.
- j153eLv 74 months ago
If you're seriously asking for a diagnosis, then you do believe in a type of truth: relative and specific.
Thinking like a butterfly moving from flower to flower is free association https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_association_(ps...
The great teacher Manjushri noted that if you mind moves from one idea to another, why not focus on several of them at once. ("The WIsdom of Manjushri").
You also might appreciate A. H. Almaas' "Runaway Realization," Olga Kharitidi's "The Master of Lucid Dreams," and Mark Prophet's "Understanding Yourself."
A secular writer who writes in the higher illuminism is James Burke: "Connections," in which he "flits" from one idea to another, free form, free spirit.
- Anonymous4 months ago
You fried your brain - there is no return.
- spacemissingLv 74 months ago
You seem to be burdened by an internal oversupply of unrefined fertilizer.