How is thought, which has become the means of self-expansion, to act without giving sustenance to the ego, the cause of conflict and sorrow?
Is this not an important question? Do not let me make it important to you. Is this not a vital question to each one? If it is, must we not find the true answer? We are nourishing the ego in many ways, ...
If a robot had a cognitive system in its 'head' that can pass the Turing Test and its A.I. abilities where self-sustaining (and it can reprogram any part of 'itself' without causing self-sabotage) ...
The Halting problem (I think) is the problem of trying to find a general algorithm for determining if a specific program will halt within a computer system. It's been shown a general procedure for ...
is knowledge an impediment for seeing things the way they are? is silent observation the true instrument of comprehension? [closed]
when we are in a state of not knowing there is much more sensitivity, choiceless awareness, impartial observation, it seems to me.its knowledge the cloud of belief, conclusions preventing the true ...
What is the difference between intention and intension? If one intends to do something is this intent part of the concept of intension?
According to Professor Nick Bostrom of Oxford University: ...at least one of the following propositions is true: (1) the human species is very likely to go extinct before reaching a “posthuman” ...
Certainly your past experiences will affect how you perceive the world, process events, think about things, and behave but do you think the high level thinking required for the conception of self ...
I'm interested in reading some good books/pieces/essays about self-worth (ultimate meaning of life, learning, working, etc). It's hard to precisely define the topic, but anything you think is ...
Why aren't pure apperception and empirical apperception structurally identical, even though they are functionally identical in Kant's Anthropology?
I can't be the only one who finds this strange. Section 7 of Anthropology from a Pragmatic Perspective, entitled "On Sensibility in contrast to understanding", reads as follows: In regard to the ...