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Life and Death posted 16 January 2007 in Philosophy DiscussionLife and Death by Buckethead, Peralogue

great clarification sokar, i appreciate it.

in reply i did not mean that behaviour comes from perception and thought, only that it's importance does not preclude those things (i should have been more clear). also that the secular existance of these two things (within our own brains) does not make them more or less concrete....
example: if our actions are determined through the perceptions and thoughts of others, is importance of existance based solely on the quantity of people (beings) who "experience" something or can a single person's "experience" be just as important and/or satisfying.

i tend to believe that too much importance is put on the approval other people's adoration and criticisms.

also, the snow has been beautiful here lately. view post


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