He probably wouldn't. He would actually get stuck, not knowing what a win or loss really is, trying to get out of his eternal blindness in terms of all those senses.
It looks to me, you might have already won every other front before I even got to realize my victory in that single one.
Perceptions, perceptions.. and obsessions.
People expect different things of philosophers. Some expect them to be sages. When yo meet these kinds of people, your heart sinks, since you know theirs is about to. Others expect you to have a steady supply of aphorisms up your sleeves, such as that love is never having to say you're sorry (something no partner of mine has ever been persuaded of).
Some philosophers have a taste for bullets; but few would accept all the conclusions above and many would accept none. But the point, when you reject a conclusion, is to diagnose where the argument for it goes wrong. Suppose - I say that the glass so beloved by optimists and pessimists is both half full and half empty?Quote:
Same goes for providing wisdom to the others. A philosopher only exists within his own boundaries.
Our minds are all gigantic destroyers of thoughts and they need to be fed constantly. If they aren't, they self-destroy and we become useless puppets carrying around giant mysterious machines that are filled with idea after idea, all binding upon our now stationary minds.
I'm not much into boxing, but I figured at the very least, you'd have some small interest from just watching ESPN.
So, Marquez KOs Pacquiao. Thoughts? I've always thought Marquez was the better fight, although results weren't on his side, and finally he gets it.
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And seemingly, your affinity towards unicorns has struck your avatar, as well.
That is.. awesome!
@ Frost - yeah that was the subject of talk for a lil while. I didn't watch the fight but someone mentioned it in the win thread.
@ Haku - ^ __ ^-
My sets are always chainging, thanks glad ya like it.
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