If I say “Don’t think about zebras”… you just thought about a zebra didn’t you? You probably even pictured one in your head.
If I say “Don’t think about heroin”… you just thought about heroin didn’t you? 59 more words
There is a long history in philosophy of distinguishing between truths that are “necessary” and truths that are “contingent.”
A necessary truth represents a true statement whose negation must imply a contradiction in reality, such that the negation would be impossible. 1,579 more words
What is the etymology of your ancient telepathy that speaks to me in cosmic dreams across sacred seas? I want to understand the meaning behind your wordless words, the way you thought-speak with such conviction, the mind to mind sermon from your divine pulpit within the metaphysical domain. 111 more words