3 AM Philosophy

Second Hangout on Chap 2. Russell. The Problems of Philosophy

Russell’s reasons why “there is no reason whatever to suppose that it is true [that] the whole of life is a dream, in which we ourselves create all the objects that come before us” (p. 12). simplicity. intuition/instinct. justification. phenomenal conservatism.

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  1. scientious

    This topic seemed interesting. Unpublished disproofs do exist for solipsism, idealism, Boltzmann Brains, life-after-death, and telepathy. These don’t use circular logic, assumptions, probability, or intuition. In other words, it is possible to prove that a physical world and mechanistic laws do exist.

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