Solipsism explains the universe cannot be known to exist outside of the self, the self is all there is. While we can use realism to define everything around us in a logical framework, we are all subject to our Solipsistic minds. To determine what is and what isn't, we must first come back to the root. Let's go through the process of identifying the world around us. Certainly if we act as though something is true, and it follows suit, then it has a higher likelihood of being true. This is only probability. One instance would be saying that if I don't eat, then I will be hungry. Certainly this is verifiable, at least under some consistencies. One, that you and I experience the same hunger, and two, that food means fuel for the human body. Of course, operating under this principle allows us to get a better grasp of reality as we experience it. But who's to say we actually experience reality? Under what pretenses must we abide by to gain reality? F
I write short stories and poetry sometimes. I deconstruct writing standards.