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Selective Empathy

  A selective empathetic is a more sinister evil than the outright unempathetic. The unempathetic is quite small in numbers, and are under more scrutiny. The selective empathetic is one of reflective desire, picking and choosing those to be glad for and wishing to prosper based off of desired personal gain, gain that involves putting others down in the process. This level of empathy is pure submission to outside preachers, outside systems, media, literature, art, and economics, and represents a dark and fallible inner sense. Letting things simply happen, apathetic to their greater truth, nihilistic in meaning, and a walking product of guiding forces around them. A pure empathetic is empathetic to all in all situations, noticing the humanity in all. It is sad to notice the selective empathetic being a prevalent and lauded endeavor, when the qualities of such selective empathetic are thought of also as manipulation. A great contradiction in social morality and personal character judgeme

What Is?

          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

Is Logic the Same as Existence?

The mind at rest, and now the thoughts exist. We take for granted the language we have acquired to understand the concepts of logic. For there to be logic, there must be non-logic, which is illogical. The thought of logic becomes incredibly complex the more we analyze it. "Logic is the rule set at which the universe's principles operate." Well first let us define rules. According to Google, the definition of a rule is: "One of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere. "  Now that it is understood what rules are, we can then define logic. Here's the definition from Google: "Reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity."  If we analyze it closely, there's a lot to tell from these definitions. A striking first realization I had, was that the term for "rule" is almost entirely arbitrarily defined. This is in order to create arb

The Fleeting Feeling, and Selfishness.

The fleeting feeling of life has its ups and downs. The surroundings of the mass depend on the feelings of them. It's a vicious cycle. The dependence of them on our well-being being so, but the well-being too hard to define has no reason. As the search continues for value, we are almost at a loss. The well being of the world not a requirement in actuality. The quest for the self must be discovered within instead of without. Its impossibility probably the most important aspect of our being, and why we will never succeed. The reason for our existence must be captured externally from our work. The being must be artificially created, artificial intelligence if you will. If the world is ever to succeed, this is what it needs, not us. The surroundings of us are too complex for our minds. The minds of the frightened being utterly useless, the minds of the angry perhaps the most important as objectivity takes over and the rest to follow suit. Getting past said bumps in our being is p

We Feel The World. Where Does It Begin?

Proper deducing requires convincing and fully realized evidence. Perhaps I am too cynical or skeptical, but there is no convincing evidence for existence being real. What am I to trust? The thoughts and experiments of scientists? Perhaps. But I'm talking holistically. In order to experience unadulterated reality, we must first get past the feelings of the body and mind. Our best and most important quality for finding something to be true or not is logic, and logic alone. So what can we deductively reason from living? Well, it certainly feels as though everything around us is, and everything around us is also logical. In other words, the logic of the surrounding world seems to be true, so we can trust it. But what if our minds came up with a totally logically sound version of existence? Would this not also be true? Given certain rules for reality, we must define our existence at some point. Abstraction from it is totally possible, however. Where are the defining rules? To the objec