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What would it be like for a person with no senses and no motor functions at all since birth?

They called him Subject Zero. But, inside that sealed environment, behind the wires sustaining his frail body, was he a 'him' at all? No light had ever kissed his unseeing eyes, nor sound dared ...
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Unless you are an absolutist when it comes to knowledge, isn’t everyone a solipsist?

solipsism holds that there is no knowledge of anything outside one's own mind It is the definition used by many philosophers, but it is extremely misleading for we may indeed believe that we don't ...
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Unless you are an absolutist when it comes to knowledge, isn’t everyone a solipsist?

I guess I personally would phrase solipsism differently. Solipsism to me isn't just the belief that other people MIGHT be illustory, it's the position that they ARE. I wouldn't call someone a ...
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Unless you are an absolutist when it comes to knowledge, isn’t everyone a solipsist?

Solipsism is a matter of belief not proof. I cannot prove in an absolute sense that the world around me is not a simulation, but I take that to be purely academic, and I believe the external world ...
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