What's the border? What constitutes the border at all? What's culture and what's nature?Zyx wrote:There's no clear border, you're a product of culture and nature.
Everything's chemical, everything's physical. You argue with me or explain to me? Im already past those metaphysical bullshit. I try to turn other people into believing that I am free to manipulate them into believing that there is something "behind" or "past". There's nothing.Zyx wrote:Alcohol just changes your brain's chemical balance, just like when you're angry or whatever. This affects your mood and decision making.
Heck, I begin to sound like Houllebecq guy. Relationship breakdownds should not (...) I need to sound unhuman, un-biological, un-physical, un-discourse. This is where...everything becomes clear. But only for a second where somebody other surpasses you.
Zyx wrote:Language doesn't change when you drink. Your use of if might. (Of course, one could argue that language changes every time we use it and is in constant flux)
My very point why I think philosophy can be downgraded to physical/chemical factors. In my opinion philosophers are simply sad, depressed people. I discuss this issue for years. Still, you tend to discuss it with me, while I made it very clear (at least I hope so) that my interest in philosophy is purely heterophenomenological. I enter philosophy forums only to check who is ahead or behind me. Then I repost here what others post. I dont treat it seriously, I know they are behind.Zyx wrote:This way leads only to age-old questions about free will, soul/body, criminal capacity etc.
Like Nucky Thompson would say, I need you f*** ers. Zyx, Chrolle, Raillo, Tormuse, Jayi.
Why didnt I read what Toronto Tower guy said and I sticked to Amarone Guy?
Is there a difference between who and what you meet?
Was eMTe drunk? He was. OK. We all agree he was. Did it change us? No. We all still the same f*** problems.
Would you be able to find the difference in upcoming weeks?